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ncdrawl
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Brand new DSD Capable DAW on the Market. (affordable Sonoma?)
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Re: Brand new DSD Capable DAW on the Market. (affordable Sonoma?

Very interesting.

It will be fun to learn how it handles edits (transcode part of the file, transcode the entire file), etc.

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can this dub my tapes to 24/192 type quality???

Will this device let me archive my pre-recorded manufacturer's open reel tape collection to DVD-R at 24/192 or the equivalent? I don't want to have to compress the recording to 16 bit to play back (even though my playback equipment will "expand" 16 bit to 24/192.

I don't know much about recording--but I want to dub all those tapes to 24/192 quality digital that I'll be able to play back as dvd-a on my playback equipment before all my tapes turn to dust!

Thanks for any help you can provide me!

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it isnt a device, but a

it isnt a device, but a computer app..

the Tascam DVRA1000 HD is what you want. does 24/192 , backs up to HDD AND DVD, and does DSD as well.

Fantastic machine.

There is also the Sound Devices 722(which I think mirrors to an external DVD drive now) but it is twice as expensive. it also does flac.

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