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Re: R2R Library Description

Postby vicnestE » Wed Sep 29, 2010 6:50 pm

ngarjuna wrote:
vicnestE wrote:Wow~~R2R in 96KHz..too good to be true.

Men, you've really stacked lots of manual work for all releases especially the latest new 3 libraries.

Always love to read your manual and graphs.


The vast majority of R2R is already in 96K. The programs which are not are mostly labeled in the sub-structure (if you double click on the machine name). Pretty sure this has always been the case.

I really forgot it's 96K due to the quick loading time.

1st Step: R2R
2nd Step: TapeBoost
3rd Step: ???

No I remember the old mystery.
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Re: R2R Library Description

Postby cdsoundmaster » Wed Sep 29, 2010 7:47 pm

Yes,
it is 99% 96 with a couple of 48k's on extra Wollensaks just for good measure. I was referring to providing the charts in 96kHz. Back when I first made the charts requested for R2R, they had been requested from 20-20, but I think a lot of people have upgraded to more powerful machines since then.

Yes,
I've been working 'round the clock on editing and manuals :-)
...and mastering...

1 R2R
2 TB+
3 Very, very, very soon :-)

vicnestE wrote:
ngarjuna wrote:
vicnestE wrote:Wow~~R2R in 96KHz..too good to be true.

Men, you've really stacked lots of manual work for all releases especially the latest new 3 libraries.

Always love to read your manual and graphs.


The vast majority of R2R is already in 96K. The programs which are not are mostly labeled in the sub-structure (if you double click on the machine name). Pretty sure this has always been the case.

I really forgot it's 96K due to the quick loading time.

1st Step: R2R
2nd Step: TapeBoost
3rd Step: ???

No I remember the old mystery.
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Re: R2R Library Description

Postby cdsoundmaster » Wed Sep 29, 2010 7:53 pm

These are truly excellent recommendations. Prosodio and I discussed a lot of ideas for getting sounds, and he has really taken advantage of the secret weapon Akai on guitars and the combinations w/TB+ makes a great final result!

prosodio wrote:Actually wollen is sampled at 96, for me, with akai, my workhorse for all type of guitar sounds, clean, distorted, crunch... These tame the highs from my amp in a very nice way, I don´t use an eq but a little locut since I´m using these nice tapes. One more thing, tapebooster+ is must.... Studer 15 0a is great for drums and bass, even for vocals. For mixdown revox atr 15-0b for a vintage sound or otari 30 atr 0b for a more modern sound.

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Re: R2R Library Description

Postby ErotiCore SteNch » Wed Oct 06, 2010 3:01 pm

i finally bought the R2R and in combination with tapebooster+ its just awesome
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