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Old 16th April 2019 | Show parent
Originally Posted by Bushman View Post
it may be a genius application of old hardware that does some magic on sibilant vocal tracks. It should be used on a vocal track.
Well, you know, those recorders (Tascam 424) or any recorder matter of fact, isn't dedicated to just vocals. You can record whatever on any track to compose a song and mix. I was speaking of a whole song mixed in its entirety, sounds more "quiet." Like everything "sibilance" wise around it, goes away and it sounds like a nice quiet mixed song one that DBX NR is applied.

Where as with digital and DAW's etc, once bounced down to a file? Played back on iTunes or a commercial player, sounds real "hi-ish and sheen-like, harsh."