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Posted by on Jul 2, 2013 | 0 comments

A Little Overdue Thank You

I’ve been a bit remiss in my duty lately, and there are several people who need to be thanked for their contributions on the site. To begin, let me thank two gentlemen who contributed in May:

…And for June:

And finally, the new faces around here:

  • John Black
  • Cormac Donnelly
  • Sam Ejnes
  • Johsua Kaplan
  • Doron Reizes
  • Marie Tueje (who is just joining the site now…Welcome!)
  • Everyone else from the community who stepped forward, willing to volunteer their time to the site. We truly appreciate the amazing response the call for help received.

Thank you, all!

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Posted by on Dec 31, 2012 | 1 comment

Thanks to our December Contributors

It’s been a great month here on Designing Sound! We took a gamble in November with the new monthly features format, and it’s been paying off in spectacular fashion. This site would not be so special without the support and contributions of the community it serves. A hearty round of thanks goes out to this month’s guests:

Tomorrow begins plug-in month. That’s a little vague, I know, but the full description of how and what we’ll be exploring is on its way. If you have something you’d like to contribute, don’t hesitate to get in touch. As you may have noticed, guest contributors are in good company!

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Posted by on Dec 31, 2012 | 10 comments

Analog Worldization

Guest contribution by Cormac Donnelly

I am, at heart, a techno-nostalgiast and I’ve worked with tape machines of one kind or other for most of my career. When I sold my 2” multi-track, in 2010, I resolved almost immediately to get myself another tape machine (albeit something a little smaller than the 250kg Otari I had just parted with). A few weeks later, I found myself owning two portable Nagras. I have since realised that the only reason any one person should own two Nagras is so they can indulge in a spot of worldizing.

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