AES New York 2015
Workshop W6

Friday, October 30, 9:00 am — 10:15 am (Room 1A14)

W6 - Help, I Have a Tape Machine! (Redux)

Noah Simon, New York University - New York, NY, USA
John French, JRF Magnetic Sciences Inc - Greendell, NJ, USA
Chris Mara, Welcome To 1979 - Nashville, TN, USA
Bob Shuster, Shuster Sound - Smithtown, NY USA
Daniel Zellman, Zeltec Service Labs - New York, NY, USA; Zeltec Research & Development

Although analog tape continues to be a viable format for recording and mixing audio, there is no denying the decline in the manufacture of machines, media and tools for this beloved technology. In order to use analog tape reliably, machines must be maintained and repaired by users armed with technical know-how. This panel will cover topics related to the evaluation, maintenance, repair, and every-day practices to keep this technology functioning to its fullest potential.

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