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Creating fat 80s lead sounds

...effects like tape delays or spring reverbs or early digital effects like digital delays or digital reverbs like the EMT 250 that had a certain 'grainy' and lo-fi character that could add grit and size. 6) Run through a desk, most likely with transformers. 7) Printed to tape. Don't forget as well to stack sounds. ...

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Best mixing headphones!

If they need to be closed, genuinely look no further than the DT 250. The 250 Ω version sounds brighter, the 50 Ω version sounds warmer. Both trounce every other Beyer and AKG I've ever heard (including the K812), and all Audio Technica closed-backs (their R70 is even better though, but it's open-back). They're terribly unsexy but...

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Buying a 6,1 Mac need advice

...was wondering if a d300 would be good enough for audio work, I can step up to the d500 for 250 more or the d700 for an additional 500 or so. Just wondering if it's worth it based on audio work with a little dabbling in FCPx. Perhaps resale value would be reason enough to...

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