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jcClick to expand... Then those sound-like a far-worse value then I had thought them to be previously at roughly 4 times the cost (the last time I checked) of the superb MAM-As. XThread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Advanced Search   Sign In  Sign up  Search  Search Member Photos  Search Articles  Search Reply With Quote 08-28-2009,01:13 PM #13 Diosoth View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Road Rasher Join Date Feb 2009 Posts 425 Rep Power 10 I have a spindle of Memorex

join now! How long does it take for the PlexiTool to burn and verify a CD? Tags: best cd mastering mixing Royer Media Library Listen & learn what ribbon mics can do for you in your studio. Riteks and Prodiscs are a bad idea, because they use phthalocyanine dyes that older standalones don't like and their quality is variable, unlike with TYs or Verbatims.I second the recommendations to

Reply #16 – 31 December, 2004, 01:06:36 AM Taiyo Yuden makes great CD-Rs, someone here recomended Prodisc, but I've had bad expiriences with them, lots of coasters. Crazy! Verbatim CD-R are working perfectly in a car radio, but don't want to play on Sony.There's a huge difference between audio and data CD, data-CD works on every drive, no matter

Need a place to start?  Trending Photos  Photo Critiques  Photo Contests Develop Your Skills Whether you are a novice or a seasoned pro, the community on Photo.net has If you want ink-jet printable then the Taiyo Yuden Watersheild discs look amazing, though somewhat costly. ~Jay Share Quote 14th February 2009 #7 patternbased Gear interested kunaki.com its I've always used Maxell DVD-R's since I got a DVD burner way back when and have used nothing since. Second best (for significantly less money) are the TYs.

I would buy a CD, but I'm not gonna spend $1 a song for MP3 quality. heh That's a good point, a friend of mine just got a "record" deal of some sort... I might have that mixed up but it just shows that one brand can use one manufacture for a specific type of disc only. http://audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/whats-the-best-cdr-for-music-recording.348779/ get good cdr's that aren't inkjet printable.

CD burner is more flexible. I will check out the Taiyo Yuden. Share Quote 13th February 2009 #4 jmarkham Lives for gear My Studio 7 Reviews written Check out this ... You can burn the CD/DVD with them on, but I personally think that is a little overkill, like wearing a wetsuit and a condom. salpro Jr.

I am using Sony/ SOnic Foundry CD Architect for burning now. Last edited: Feb 3, 2011 goldear, Feb 3, 2011 #4 KentTeffeteller Gimpus Stereophilus! CD's are a good way to extend revenue streams at live shows, though. heh Share Quote 13th February 2009 #6 Jay M Gear addict Quote: Originally Posted by theblue1 What are CD's?

Saturn (at least here in Karlsruhe) is selling Verbatim "Pastel Discs" in a 20 pack for 6.95 € - the same price as for the 20 packs made in India (probably you can buy screen ink for 2,000 discs for what one black cartridge costs and the ink jet cartridge will only print around 150-200 discs. Share Quote 15th February 2009 In general, their spindle packaging sucks and no matter where you get them from, the packaging is likely to be damaged. also as far as film placement...

Your Pro recorder can use them just fine I would think.Click to expand... The NRK State Radio in Norway, BBC, Library Of Congress, and others say so. A RAID1 will basically write identical data to two hard drives. They are a tad pricey, though: A 5-pack is $15.

But not all Maxell are TY. also during printing if you notice a pinhole (ink dot in an otherwise supposed to be blank area) while printing, just take a small piece of scotch tape and tape over I've even had CMC Verbatims - with that brand in particular you have to watch it because they have a whole range of SKUs that vary from cheap, low quality to

you don't need to start the verification process after burning? Share Quote 16th February 2009 #15 fatcatmusic Gear Addict Thread Starter Quote: Originally Posted by JPeters86 Nice tip,

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Is it all done in one action, i.e. kunaki.com, its pretty amazing. Taiyo Yudens and Verbatim Digital CD-Rs are cyanine, Verbatim Datalife Plus are AZO.

Calgary, Nov 29, 2005, in forum: Mixing Replies: 15 Views: 2,260 lucypickle Dec 21, 2005 mixing down for mastering on diffrent medias jenifer, Oct 24, 2007, in forum: Mixing Replies: 7 The time now is 06:45 PM. Suitable for the same applications. However I realize that some of these may be emulator captures so perhaps this behavior can never be achieved on real hardware.

Reply #11 – 28 December, 2004, 11:59:48 AM If you live in the U.S., you can probably obtain Taiyo Yuden CD's by buying Fujifilm CD-R media. Get a few drinks in bar-age folks and they may forget what decade it is... However, if you're looking for the gold standard in digital backup, I'd set up some kind of RAID arrangement. Trial and error I guess?

As a matter of fact, I remember not any of my severakl thousands tapes ever malfunctioning, loosing signal strength, having SSS or any copy effect (because I store them correct). But if your array sits for 20 years, good luck finding a working replacement for the dead drives, assuming that any of them still spin-up or can even be read by Member Joined: 21 July, 2002 Posts: 347 Logged "best" CD-R for Classical Audio-CD?