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Re: [ARSCLIST] Software for Mac/speed change

Someone posted a formula for transposing speed  by changing the bit rate.
I record 162/3  rpm discs at 33.3 into  computer using 88200 bitrate and saving as such.
Then on playback i call up 44100 bit rate and  there it is if was playing at 16rpm. The nice part is only takes 20 min to transfer a 40 minute side.
Works like a charm, Of course i  record it flat, declick it and filter and apply eq as final step.
Hope this gives you an idea... ill try to find the formula or email and post it.

--- On Thu, 10/16/08, Dave Harris <dave_harris2001@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> From: Dave Harris <dave_harris2001@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Software for Mac
> To: ARSCLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Thursday, October 16, 2008, 8:23 AM
> Tom,
> I use an APT Holman for my pre and go into the Inspire at
> minus 10.  I have played around with going in flat for 78s
> and doing curves in Q10.  The main problem here is,
> after defeating the Inspire RIAA curve, matching the
> impeadance of the cartridge I use (Stanton 681 with a D6827
> stylus).  I haven't decided the best way for me to do
> that economically.   Right now I don't have a 78rpm
> turmtable so I have experimented with speed correction in
> Peak after a 45rpm playback.  It seems to work fine to my
> ears.
> Dave
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Tom Fine <tflists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: ARSCLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2008 3:20:53 PM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Software for Mac
> Dave, how is the phono preamp in the Presonus, or are you
> using an external preamp?
> -- Tom Fine
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Dave Harris"
> <dave_harris2001@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: <ARSCLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2008 3:43 PM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Software for Mac
> I have a lot of personal tapes which I am restoring and
> archiving. I use BIAS Peak for my 
> recording/editing and Waves' Restoration software for
> any clean up. I also transfer vinyl using the 
> Inspire unit from Presonus. The Mac is also part of my home
> intertainment system where I use iTunes 
> for my jukebox. For compression I go to AAC 192kbits. It
> all works well for me. The G4 I was using 
> came to the end of it's 7yr life and I plan to replace
> it with a MacMini and a bunch of external 
> HDs.
> Dave
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Craig Breaden <breaden@xxxxxxx>
> To: ARSCLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2008 10:47:56 AM
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Software for Mac
> Hi all,
> I'm deciding whether or not to move my audio transfer
> workflow to Mac.
> Pretty much everything else I do is on Mac, particularly
> since we do
> a lot with video oral histories. Right now I use both
> SoundForge and
> WaveLab on a Windows machine, and have considered trying
> Boot Camp and
> Parallels so I can run them on my Mac. My systems guys
> warned me off
> of Boot Camp, and so that leaves either Parallels ($79), so
> I can run
> my software, or getting audio software that will run on a
> Mac. I can
> always stay with my Windows machine for audio, but it
> drives me a bit
> bonkers with its wonkiness. Any suggestions or sharing of
> experiences
> using Parallels would be welcome.
> Craig
> -- 
> Craig Breaden
> Head, Media and Oral History
> Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and
> Studies
> Main Library
> University of Georgia
> Athens, GA 30602-1641
> (p) 706-542-5782
> (f) 706-542-4144


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