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Planning a future career as a sound technician or engineer? Here's what you need by monkeywork
You may not believe it, but strong math and algebra and a good basis in physics, as well as an understanding of complex formulas, will all help. I would also take up an instrument, and not just play. Actually find out how to read music and get some good theory behind it. You'd be amazed how much that helps. The next step is to spend your summers interning somewhere, and ultimately to move to ...
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by wallkaz - 22 hours ago
Chances are they could be the same parts as you may have found out.
by skywaveTDR - 1 day ago
Call Doug at Bammel TV. <email>
by skywaveTDR - 1 day ago
I would see if Rolf at Vintage TX is not doing repairs still he was doing a lot last I knew. The Akai brand has come across my bench in the last few months and I have stopped taking them in ...
by skywaveTDR - 1 day ago
There is a place over that way in VA called Music Technology- ask for Tim. Otherwise, if you want to save on the cost and have a guy who worked on them for 35 years already Russ at New ...
by skywaveTDR - 1 day ago
You might want to post a notice on Tapeheads.net as there are more than 15000 members there that use these things. Go where they are using the stuff and it is likely to sell faster. People ...
by skywaveTDR - 1 day ago
Depends on what you are asking. Both those machines go for good sales amounts depending on condition. Some are listed at $1500 at some places. I repair them in case you need help restoring ...
by skywaveTDR - 1 day ago
The screws are not a big deal I have them in stock as I fix these things on a regular basis. I usually replace the polycarbonate **** with regular metric types that do not shear. The reel ...
by skywaveTDR - 1 day ago
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