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Offline opsopcopolis

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Re: Modern digital field recorders vs. old school pro cassette recorders
« Reply #15 on: March 04, 2023, 12:37:20 PM »
^^ Kind of agree about the Tascam pres in general. I liked it fine for loud rock shows, but not the best performer for very quiet sources

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Re: Modern digital field recorders vs. old school pro cassette recorders
« Reply #16 on: March 04, 2023, 02:08:37 PM »
Thanks to everyone for the excellent replies. So it seems even a digital recorder in the cheap rang [with good external mics] is compatible to a cassette recorder. I'll be recording nature [rain, thunder, forest, ocean waves, ect.]. I also play guitar and percussion, so I'll be recording them too. I'm considering buying the Tascam Dr 70 or the Tascam dp 03 SD both are the same price.
Sorry, but as stated, most modern field recorders far outshine even the best cassette recorders. Not compatible.
Melanie and Bob

 

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