When 8 inputs and 12 tracks aren’t enough, multiple 788T recorders can be connected for multi-unit recording. The note below describes the process of linking three 788T recorders together for a total of 24 inputs and 36 tracks.
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DVD-RAM is a convenient interchange medium between audio recorders and post production. While DVD-RAM disks share the same size and capacity as DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, and DVD+RW disks, it is easier to think of DVD-RAM as an “optical hard disk”.
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) is a lossless data compression format available as a file format on 702, 702T, 722, and 744T recorders. The FLAC algorithm is very processor intensive, and subsequently has several limitations.
Q: I am set up to record two-track WAV poly files with my 744T but when I import my files into my DAW there are four tracks, two of which have nothing on them. I feed the recorder a two-channel stereo mix using the line in TA3 connectors on my 744T. I have custom routed […]
Q: The 7-Series recorders have two options for WAV files, WAV mono and WAV poly. What’s the difference between these two WAV file types?
Q: I’ve made a bunch of recordings of interviews in Russia that the producer wants to have translated with time code. Unfortunately no one is familiar with broadcast wave audio files. I have found a program called Audacity, but it doesn’t read the time code. Are you familiar with any other programs on Mac or […]