ADAT VHS TAPE CONVERSIONS
All ADAT machines use the same high-quality S-VHS tape media. Tapes recorded in the older Type I format can be read and written in the more modern machines, but not the other way around. Later generations record at two sample rates, 44.1 and 48 kHz, common in the audio industry. All models allow pitch control by varying the sample rate, and thus tape speed accordingly. An original Blackface could record at 44.1 kHz (or other desired sample rates) if the pitch was lowered or raised by a specific amount. An indicator on the LED display showed when 44.1KHz was reached.
Alesis Digital Audio Tape (ADAT) is a magnetic tape format used for the simultaneous recording of eight analogue audio or digital audio tracks onto the same S-VHS tape used by consumer VCRs. Oxford Duplication Centre can digitse 16bit and 20bit ADAT 8 track tapes.
|PROFESSIONAL AUDIO TAPE CONVERSIONS
DIGITAL COMPACT CASSETTE,
GRUNDIG CASSETTE TAPES
MULTIPLE OUTPUT OPTIONS
FLAC, BWF, WAV, MP3, CD