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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001098.txt from 2000/07

From: "Benjamin Maas" <>
Subj: RE: [kl] Re: [Re: [kl] Record yourself (Ben)]
Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000 13:11:19 -0400

> -----Original Message-----
> What about using the Mini Disc for doing the live recording, and
> then using a
> CD burner for copies? That would be the most efficient means of
> keeping the
> digital recording in a format compatible for submissions. I use
> my mini disc
> recorder for recordings of this nature, and am thrilled with the
> quality. The
> CD blanks, if purchased in bulk (say 25 or more) can be as little
> as $1, and
> the price of the mini disc recorder and CD burner would be around $600 for
> both, maybe less if you get a mini disc recording unit *with* a
> CD burner in
> it. The benefit of the separate units, is that you can carry a
> portable mini
> disc player with you and have less to carry when making the
> master, say at a
> recital. The benefit of a unit with both would be more convenient dubbing.
> Kelly Abraham
> Woodwinds
> New York

That is basically what I do. Except that I use DAT as my master tape or
sometimes I'll just go straight to CD.


Benjamin Maas
Fifth Circle Audio
Los Angeles, CA

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