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malnack
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Darn. I missed the photo. Sounds amusing.
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I miss my girl!
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beyond amusing.

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hibidy
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My girl, my girl MY GIRL, talkin' bout, my giereral... "my girl"

Yeah, trying to type that is ridiculous.
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bedstrom
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Here is an idea. Dig out your bin of old cassette tapes from band rehearsals or practice and record one of them into Studio One. See if you can collaborate with your younger self.



I have another bin of DAT tapes. And other of ADAT but no machine.

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mwright137
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All great ideas. If this forum had better notifications, I might have actually seen some of them before today.

Unfortunately, I have lost all my old tapes and don't have a working tape player anyway. I don't think that would help me though. I didn't have many songs back then.

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jemusic
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A giant to William's post. I have got a massive cassette collection. Not only of heaps of electronic music albums but many many hours of me experimenting in my studio in the period 1980 to 1984. I had this very high quality AKAI cassette deck and had it patched across the main stereo outs of my studio. I used nice tape too and I am quite amazed how good they still sound today. Almost stellar.

I use to jam and experiment all the time and had this recorder just recording everything I did. (in the old days I could patch a very complex analog setup to play itself and change slowly over time, and I used to sit back and listen to what it was doing, very cool) Yes there is tons of crap on there where the ideas were not really going anywhere but there are also moments of brilliance on there too. (accidents often! It is these elements that are worthy of fleshing out and developing further. That was my actual intention back then.

I have set up a complete separate Hi FI system in my studio right now with a nice Denon receiver, a turntable, cassette deck and CD player and pair of Coral speakers. It sounds great. I find having it totally sep to the studio is also a good thing. I dont have to even turn the studio on to use it or hear it. I am playing through the cassettes one by one. I have found some real gems in there. It is also nice to play all the electronic music on vinyl I have too. Very inspirational. (Jarre, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Eno, Klaus Schulze, Vangelis etc all the greats!) These guys are the very reason i got into it in the very first place. Go back to them and find out what is was that inspired you to start spending all your money on a studio!
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