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Re: [ARSCLIST] transfer engineers
Are you sure the reels are actually 14"? To the best of my knowledge,
Otari never made an analog recorder that would take anything over 12
To the best of my knowledge, the only analog machines that can accept
14" reels are the Ampex ATR100 series, the older MM-1100/1200 series,
MCI/Sony JH series, and the Studer A820/827 machines.
Most of the 8 track 1/2" machines I've dealt with will only accept reels
up to 10 1/2"
Many of the DASH format recorder used 14" reels, so you might want to
double-check that they are actually analog and not digital.
Scott D. Smith
*Chicago Audio Works, Inc.*
Malcolm Rockwell wrote:
I have a little project that requires 14" reel capability for both 1/2
" and 1/4" tape. The 1/2" tape is 8-track and was recorded on an Atari
(but it could be an Otari). The client would like both transferred
into the digital domain.
A pro operation on the West Coast or, more preferably, in Hawaii would