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Am I the only one that hates the "COMEDY" feel of Presonus' website?
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themuzic
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Gizzmo0815 wrote:
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dlawrence wrote:
themuzic wrote:So what you're saying is that Pro Tools has a "Turd Polisher" plugin?

I believe a lot of amateur musicians think it does.


You are so correct. And this here is the problem. But you can't crush a legend, can ya?

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Consider the other Great Assumption of the recording world: that analog sounds better than digital. Every man and his singing dog has heard that one. So why aren't all these clients calling up studios and asking if they can be recorded onto tape instead of Pro Tools? It's because they also know how unforgiving tape is.


It's not an assumption, it's the truth! Having come from the analog days myself, I think it's true to a great degree. Analog 2" tape, at max ips, will always sound better than any god created version of Pro Tools or any other DAW for that matter.

Analog will never have the editing capabilities but when you compare capturing an entire sound as opposed to just bits (and I don't care if its 96K) Digital will never be as complete a capture, physically, as analog is.

just my opinion.


Uh oh. We should probably take this discussion over to Gearslutz. That place is ripe for another "analog vs. digital" discussion/argument/food fight/hate fest.



Na! Nothing like that gonna happen here. This was just really my opinion and with what we can do now I'd never really go back. It may not be better actually, just a different sound that I got used to at the time, even when I was recording on 1/4" tape at one point.

dlawrence wrote:"Assumption" may not have been the best word for me to use. But you know what I'm saying, right?


I totally do. Sorry if I came off as an ass...oops.

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This thread reminds me of "The Great Studio One Sticker Incident".... a.k.a... "Sticker-gate".

Apparently... Presonus humor is an aquired taste. Owning some Mackie gear myself though, it has a rather famialr tone to it.

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LMike wrote:This thread reminds me of "The Great Studio One Sticker Incident".... a.k.a... "Sticker-gate".

Apparently... Presonus humor is an aquired taste. Owning some Mackie gear myself though, it has a rather famialr tone to it.


Well.. Stickers Happen.
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themuzic wrote:
I defend Presonus' comic angle. I think serious people suck and if you've heard of "If they can't take a joke, fuck 'em" that's my motto.

Here's another example of an upstanding company dabbling in a bit of humor for their customers.



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I can't believe I've never seen that Slate Video before!

If you liked that, check this out! http://www.amazon.com/Pull-My-Finger-Fart-CD/dp/B00000JHFQ

Not that I'm a connoisseur, but before the Slate Audio project this was the best

I used to work at a fairly prestigious Military Academy and on rare occasions we would play this instead of "Taps".. hysterical seeing a couple hundred young men at attention, in uniform, listening to this!

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