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Hi! I am mixing some tracks which were originally recorded on a 2” studer analogue. They were then put into pro tools LE 24 bit but sadly converted through a 001…

Although the quality of the AtoD is not good, an enormous amount of exceptional processing took place which can not be repeated, so most of that work is going to be used and will need to be warmed up.

 

I will return to the original analogue 2” to A/D a few sections in order to top up the quality and warmth but most of the material will have come from the LE sessions.

 

The question is; in order to get the best quality and warmth for the remix, what would people advise, I should SRC them up to 88.2 with? Are there any new CRT’s which give better quality than Barberbatch or Bossetta etc.

Any suggestions would be really appreciated, thank you in anticipation

 

 

Mark

Adrenalin Studios

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Hi! I am mixing some tracks which were originally recorded on a 2” studer analogue. They were then put into pro tools LE 24 bit but sadly converted through a 001…

Although the quality of the AtoD is not good, an enormous amount of exceptional processing took place which can not be repeated, so most of that work is going to be used and will need to be warmed up.

 

I will return to the original analogue 2” to A/D a few sections in order to top up the quality and warmth but most of the material will have come from the LE sessions.

 

The question is; in order to get the best quality and warmth for the remix, what would people advise, I should SRC them up to 88.2 with? Are there any new CRT’s which give better quality than Barberbatch or Bossetta etc.

Any suggestions would be really appreciated, thank you in anticipation

 

 

Mark

Adrenalin Studios

Hmmm...

I'm of no use on this; but if you want to put it simple terms as you lost me "2" studer"...

If you clarify I can possibly point you towards a solution.

My question to you is, what software are you using from NCH?

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