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Re: recording

I've made some excellent CD quality recordings (some of which were already
brought out on CD) just by going to an accoustically good room and using a
portable DAT recorder and a VERY good stereo microphone.


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-----Original Message-----
From: Eliezer Kaplan <zelwel (at) earthlink(dot)net>
To: World music from a Jewish slant <jewish-music (at) shamash(dot)org>
Date: Thursday, December 30, 1999 04:01
Subject: Re: recording

>This is a subject I've been thinking about lately too. What about home
>recording? What does it take to 'polish' a 2-track home recording (recorded,
>say, on a Radio Shack mixer tinto a stereo tape deck) into something
>releasable? Or would it be much, much wiser to rent some studio time?
>                                    EK
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <Velaires (at) aol(dot)com>
>To: World music from a Jewish slant <jewish-music (at) shamash(dot)org>
>Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 1999 7:49 PM
>Subject: Re: recording
>> Cost depends on how many pieces of music you're playing, how many players
>you'll need, what kind of deal you're cutting with the players, and how big
>and expensive a studio do you need.
>> sh

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