New Chamber Music Recording on 1/4" Tape! Created from a High Resolution Digital Master transferred to tape
Brand new recording released and recorded by Award Audio in 2005 now re-mastered to 1/4" tape. This is our own high resolution classical recording offered in various open reel formats based on your desires. The music featured is played wonderfully by the musicians of the Detroit Chamber Trio and you can read more about the music here. The program is approximately 70min and you are not required to get the complete program but can purchase it by the reel in your desired format. The tapes are custom recorded per your choice on RMGI LPR35 tape and will come in a custom labeled box. The tape sounds wonderful and is professional in every way. Click here to read a customer review! or Here to read customer comments
Recommended formats on RMGI LPR35 tape:
$55 one - 4 track reel @7.5ips
$80 two - 2 track reels @7.5ips
10.5" Reels (metal)
$99 one - 2 track @7.5ips
$198 two - 2 track @15ips (in either NAB or IEC equalization)
Note: You are not required to purchase the complete program and may purchase a single reel at half the price of the two reel set.
The complete program in 2 track requires two 7" reels 7.5ips or two 10.5" @15ips
in either version there will be other bonus tracks to complete the tape. Shipping is additional.
For an additional $8 you can receive a copy of the CD release along with the tape. For other formats or different tape please inquire about the options.
This is our first release on tape and if the response is good there will be more to follow.
The original recording was done in 24bit high resolution digital. After the CD was produced a new master was specially prepared for tape at the highest resolution. Mastering and mixing for this tape are done on carefully chosen equipment through careful auditioning. The best sounding digital converters have been chosen and the entire audio path is meticulously assembled with the finest components and analog machines. Based on the track and speed configurations the tapes are produced on one of the following restored machines.
Otari MX5050 BII or BIII
Technics RS-1500 2 and four track versions
The result of this project is a truly great tape worthy of the very best analog. The sound of this new tape is much better than the CD and a delight to hear.
There is a complete satisfaction guarantee, if you do not like the tape for any reason return it for a full refund minus shipping.