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On the odd occasion that I've had high track count ADAT transfers to do,
I've used a MOTU Digital Timepiece to translate ADAT timecode into MIDI
timecode in order to automatically line up the multiple passes. It took a
bit of headscratching to come up with the right procedure though.

On Fri, 26 Jul 2019 at 21:34, Richard L. Hess <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

>
> Dave Pascoe at Flume Archiving in Toronto does ADAT as well...I don't
> know to what depth (track count), but it doesn't really matter as you
> can always sync up the clusters of 8 in post, but it's easier not to
> have to. https://flumearchiving.com/?p=52 He is focused on more
> affordable transfers for archives.
>
> I think both folks offer the XT-20 higher-resolution machines.
>
>
>

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