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Re: [ARSCLIST] One Inch, two track master tapes- 15 or 30 IPS
Best luck! I was being half fascetious anyway. I'd be intrestedin
what you turn up.
On May 26, 2009, at 7:58 PM, Ken Fritz wrote:
I'm a subscriber to TTP and appreciate the quality that tape
I'm hoping to find a few listers that have studio tapes from
groups that never made the big time but cut great sounding tapes.
I've managed to purchase tapes from now defunct studios in Memphis
and LA but all are 1/4 or 1/2 inch two track at i5 or 30 ips. I'm
hoping to find a few 1 inch two track tapes if they're out there.
thanks for the reply, Ken Fritz
On May 26, 2009, at 9:04 PM, Lou Judson wrote:
No Beatles on on inch 2 track as far as I know.
But you can probably pay these guys to make you some tapes to play
on your new toy:
Worth asking anyway!
Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
On May 26, 2009, at 5:43 PM, Ken Fritz wrote:
I'm probably one of the few on the list that is an "
Audiophile." That translates to "Music is fun and not a
business." "Thank God" might be the next phrase but since my
business supplies tooling to those that manufacture solid surface
and cast marble to the construction industry I think we're both in
the same boat. To the point!
Analog tape is where the great recordings started and I'm keeping
it going by filling my home with around 20 or so analog RTR
machines. I belong to an audio group in Richmond Va. and they all
marvel at the sound of tape. I just bought a one inch two track
ATR and have nothing to play on it. I feel like I just bought a
tuxedo and only have a pair of brown shoes--- no place to go!
If anyone out there has a one inch two track tape that would
show off what my machine can do and would CONSIDER sending it to
me I'd appreciate it. The Genre isn't as important as the musical
content. If a lister has a safety copy of the Beatles, any
recording, I can send an armed carrier along with my first born
for insurance-:), Any and all costs and insurance would be
covered, of course.
any reply will be appreciated, Ken Fritz