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I genuinely believe that we best help ourselves by helping others.
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Darktime
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hastings u.k
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Guitar.
Bbz Bird of Prey matte black.
writing.
My Books:
Tim Drake Darktime
Petal a different kind of true story.
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17 Aug 2010
Do you know how to use E.Q. and Compression properly or, if you don't do you know anybody who/where does that could show me? They're the last barrier to me being able to put an album together, I cannot get the hang of using them right, it's not through lack of trying, there's something I don't understand. I need about 45 minutes of patience, is all!

I also have Miroslav Orchestra - full-on sampled orchestra - Proteus VX - over 1000 commercial quality sounds - several good sound creation synths (which I'd need someone to show me how to use properly, they're subtractive synths/graintable synths but I've never got the hang of them) and lots of great VSTs. And QSE ELITE LEVEL 2. Which is what I write music on all the time. It's the best notation program ever created, I think, you can plug anything into it, you can Rewire it into Reason (something else I've never gotten the hang of - god, I'm useless!) and I've got Reason 4, Cubase with sounds (it's a hybrid, I hybrided it myself, it works if you're gentle with it and it's good.)

I think that if someone could only show me the techie bits I need and nothing else, I really could finish my album and make it sound good. I just need someone with a bit of mixing knowledge and a bit of patience.

9 Aug 2010
We are making a Youtube video on Hastings beach at 4pm on the 16th August, we need as many musicians as possible. The making of the video follows a demonstration against discrimination. We also need portable equipment so if you`re in the U.K and you would like to help us make a cool vid please let me know Details www.1066ha.co.uk/demonstration.html
20 May 2010
Excellent Condition I am only selling to support www.1066ha.co.uk

Thank you for looking
Ebay Item number: 270581736483

Tascam DA30 MkII DAT Recorder

Apart from a few very minor cosmetic scratches on the top, the unit is in very good condition. Comes with it's owners manual.

Tape Speed: 8.5 mm/sec, (12.225 mm/sec.)
Quantization Bit: 16-bit linear (SP); 12 bit nonlinear (LP)
Sampling Rate: Recording: 48 kHz/44.1 (digital, analog input); 32 kHz (digital input only)
Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz +/- .5dB 9SP) 20 HZ - 14.5 kHz +/- .5dB (LP)
Signal to Noise Ratio: Better than 92 db
Dynamic Range: Better than 93 db
Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.004% at 1 kHz (SP) .07% at 1 kHz (LP)
Channel Separation: Better than 85 db (at 1 kHz)
Wow and Flutter: Unmeasurable (less than 0.001%)
Analog Input: (XLR) balanced, +4 dBm / 10k ohm (RCA) unbalanced, -10 dB V /50k ohm
Analog Output: (XLR) balanced, +4 dBm/10k ohm, (RCA) unbalanced, -10 dBV (+6 dBV max)/ 430 ohm;
Output Level: 100mW or more (8-ohm load)
Headphone Output: 1/4" phone jack (x1), 100 mW + 100 mW (8 ohm)
Digital I/O:
(XLR) AES/EBU (RCA) Coaxial (S/PDIF); Parallel Control I/O Port: D-sub
15-pin (female)
Independent left and right channel
AES/EBU and S/PDIF Digital I/O
Balanced and unbalanced I/O
48/44.1/32 kHz sampling frequencies
SCMS free recording
Built-in parallel interface
8,5 kg
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15 May 2010
For the last few days I have a lot of trouble accessing the site, the opening page now for me is just white with a few links along the top and I get in by clicking on the guitar lessons tab. It takes about 5 minutes for a video to load but I only get the video not the tabs. Is this affecting everyone or just me?
10 May 2010
I have been given a load of gear for my birthday but my problem is that I have only ever had a guitar and an amp. I now have a boss br 600 recorder. 100 watt marshall valvestate stack amp, fender 200 watt amp, behringer effects mixer with video board, sony cd writer, tascam da 30 mk II recorder, behringer drum machine.
If you reply to this please bear in mind that I am only used to a guitar and amp how do I get the best out of all this gear? I know my way round the boss cos I had one before but its putting this gear together and using it properly?
cheers people.
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