My experience with the ATR is just the opposite. I have tested various
transport and some tapes were handled only by the ATR. Does the system
figure out bias frequency automatically. What does it do with tapes
recorded on the atr where the frequency is so high it doesn't show up on
On 4/29/2010 8:54 AM, Paul G Turney wrote:
> Well they only use ATR 102 machines which are notoriously rough tape handlers....
> They use software to track and maintain a bias frequency so that any speed anomolies are and wow and flutter are reduced by maintaining perfect pitch with this tone.
> Not worked with Airshow mastering.
> It appears to be a monopoly on the software so Airshow would be subbing the work out to PP.
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Airshow Mastering& Plangent Processes
> I noticed some earlier postings about Plangent Processes. It eliminates wow,flutter and speed aberrations from analog masters. They are now working withAirshow Mastering to offer optimized tape transfers. The announcement is onAirshow¹s site at http://www.airshowmastering.com/plangent.htmlHave any of you worked with Airshow or Plangent? If so, what has been yourexperience?