ozbassyahoo.com Posted July 4, 2000 Share Posted July 4, 2000 I'm hoping you knowledgeable foks out there can help me with my dillemma - I have been working on audio production for vision for quite some time but I now have to get some sort of vision deck for my ProTools MIX facility. I will be generally seeking work for television episodic/advertising/corporate work, and it seems every one of those fields requires a different medium to be used - whether it be SP 2track, SP 4 track, digital SP, DVC etc etc etc. I have a DLV setup so I can capture and work from any format. I also already have a da88 so I can return a synchronized digital multitrack format, however I would imagine a greater portion of my work would require me to re-insert the audio back on to the original format - and there ain't no way I can afford to buy all the formats (especially at the moment with so much emerging technology). Whats the general feel out there? Should I just buy a SP playback deck for general compatibility and return work on DA-88 (or timecode dat if necessary), or should I at least have a stereo recorder. It seems that for the price of a recorder, I could get a SP playback deck and a DVC playback deck - is that a better option? By the way, I am in Australia, so local and international feedback would be appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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