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Postby billzoe11 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 5:20 am

Are there any lists of HQ 3rd Party suppliers?

I am looking for a HIGH QUAL , All Tube , 1-2", 7-30 ips, Tape Model , circa 1960's-early 70s. i know CDS has R2R, but its Studer is SS (i have that already).

thanks,

bz
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Re: Tube 1-2" Tape Model

Postby richie43 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:49 am

Here's a start. On top of this page, under "Company". Check out the attachment. There are tons of great 3rd party Nebula vendors doing amazing stuff.
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Re: Tube 1-2" Tape Model

Postby cps418 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:06 pm

richie43 wrote:Here's a start. On top of this page, under "Company". Check out the attachment. There are tons of great 3rd party Nebula vendors doing amazing stuff.
I don't mean to change the subject Richie, but I was wondering if you could upload a track that you mastered with neb, and what ever else you use. Thanks
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Re: Tube 1-2" Tape Model

Postby richie43 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:45 pm

@cps418---- I work in many genres, so I am wondering what are you really looking for? Any particular style? Have you heard my stuff before, do you have any specific questions about technique or "gear"? I have so many different examples that I don't where to start. Also, to be fair you should know that I am not a paid Mastering Engineer (yet), but do make some money doing mixing, remixing, tracking, soundscape, etc. My room is not yet quite up to perfect mastering acoustics. I do all of my own self-mastering, as I have learned my room and system. So, do you still want any audio examples?
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Re: Tube 1-2" Tape Model

Postby cps418 » Sun Mar 18, 2012 12:46 am

richie43 wrote:@cps418---- I work in many genres, so I am wondering what are you really looking for? Any particular style? Have you heard my stuff before, do you have any specific questions about technique or "gear"? I have so many different examples that I don't where to start. Also, to be fair you should know that I am not a paid Mastering Engineer (yet), but do make some money doing mixing, remixing, tracking, soundscape, etc. My room is not yet quite up to perfect mastering acoustics. I do all of my own self-mastering, as I have learned my room and system. So, do you still want any audio examples?
After the ozone vs. neb conversation, I was interested in hearing a neb track from someone who swears by it. I have had my hand in neb, but maybe i'm not using it right. So.. something bass driven, or r&b, and then some type of poppy music. Thanks
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Re: Tube 1-2" Tape Model

Postby richie43 » Sun Mar 18, 2012 3:10 am

I am super busy, but I will get something to you. I am not saying that Ozone is bad, I just couldn't get it to sound in ways that my ears were happy. But I can create audio with my current tools that make my ears happy. But as I said, my "mastering" room is far from perfect, but I will get a few different things together for you. It will just take a little time, when I come to a good stopping spot. Cheers! Keep in mind, I do not mix/master at current commercial pop levels either, I don't smash the crap out of audio; I like dynamics and believe that volume knobs/faders are on stereos for a reason. So if you listen to contemporary pop music, my music will sound "quieter". I am one of those anti-loudness war nuts.....
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Re: Tube 1-2" Tape Model

Postby richie43 » Sun Mar 18, 2012 3:50 am

I am going to upload to Dropbox. I would rather do wavs as opposed to mp3's, for better audio quality, since you are wanting to hear subtle differences. Do you have adequate bandwidth to download wav's? And I assume that you can play 44.2/24bit files,or do you want them dithered to 16bit so you can burn them to cd and listen elsewhere?
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Re: Tube 1-2" Tape Model

Postby richie43 » Sun Mar 18, 2012 6:54 am

Here are the links, as promised. 2 basically identical zipped folders containing 5 songs, one folder is 44.1kHz/16bit, other is 44.1kHz/24bit. These are large files, 169 (16bit) and 319 (24bit) MB's.
Here is the 16bit link:
http://db.tt/DmtSmaTB

And the 24bit link:
http://db.tt/r7agUfzI

There are 6 songs. The first 3 are remixes that I entered into some contests. You may or may not recognize them; I tend to totally rework material, not just "remix". The 4th song is a ska remake of the old spiritual "Amazing Grace". The last 2 are songs that I created from the ground up after being supplied with the vocal tracks. These are artists from Mozambique so there are vocal tendencies that are very non-western. That means that they use nuances that most pop music listeners would call "wrong" or "out of tune". I don't auto-tune these, it is part of the cultural make-up of the artist and their heritage.
Let me know if this helps at all, and also how you feel about the sounds.
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Re: Tube 1-2" Tape Model

Postby cps418 » Sun Mar 18, 2012 7:06 am

richie43 wrote:Here are the links, as promised. 2 basically identical zipped folders containing 5 songs, one folder is 44.1kHz/16bit, other is 44.1kHz/24bit. These are large files, 169 (16bit) and 319 (24bit) MB's.
Here is the 16bit link:
http://db.tt/DmtSmaTB

And the 24bit link:
http://db.tt/r7agUfzI

There are 6 songs. The first 3 are remixes that I entered into some contests. You may or may not recognize them; I tend to totally rework material, not just "remix". The 4th song is a ska remake of the old spiritual "Amazing Grace". The last 2 are songs that I created from the ground up after being supplied with the vocal tracks. These are artists from Mozambique so there are vocal tendencies that are very non-western. That means that they use nuances that most pop music listeners would call "wrong" or "out of tune". I don't auto-tune these, it is part of the cultural make-up of the artist and their heritage.
Let me know if this helps at all, and also how you feel about the sounds.
Peace.
Thanks I'll give a listen.
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Re: Tube 1-2" Tape Model

Postby cpwade » Sun Mar 18, 2012 5:50 pm

Nice tunes Richie!
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