[Ardour-Users] analog summing

Alexdefaria alexdefaria at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 17 13:35:39 PST 2017

Hey Ralf,

I agree 100% with everything you said'

Enviado do meu smartphone Sony Xperia™ da Claro

---- Ralf Mardorf wrote ----

>On Sun, 17 Dec 2017 17:20:40 -0200, Alexandre de Faria wrote:
>>Regardless of what one may say, the analog world sounds better.
>We used a Studer mixing console at the video studio of the
>Universität-Gesamthochschule Essen in the 80s. Without doubts this is
>analog gear that provides a welcome colouring/neutrality ;), but than
>again, important is the whole audio signal chain. I wouldn't pay for
>some obscure device to improve mastering done with Ardour. Use Ardour
>with a professional audio interface and one of those known analog mixing
>consoles based on discrete circuits or just by recording using cheap
>tube preamps, if you really need "analog warmth". I'm an analog dino, I
>like analog gear, but I'm much sceptic regarding special devices,
>especially made for digital recordings, to provide some vague
>imagination of what analog sound should be.
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