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Farview wrote:If you screw up a punch-in, you have to keep punching in until it's right.
Farview wrote:I forgot the big one: There is no undo button. If you screw up a punch-in, you have to keep punching in until it's right. If you accidently arm the wrong track and record over something, it will be gone forever.
Tascam DA-78HR Manual wrote:TASCAM does not endorse any specific tape or tape manufacturer. TASCAM has licensed the use of the DTRS logo (T) to tape manufacturers, provided their tape meets the specifications required by DTRS tape recorders.
The electronics of DTRS recorders are designed to operate within specific parameters. The use of a tape with sensitivity higher or lower than that of tapes for which the DTRS recorder was originally designed may cause an error in functionality or prevent the user from getting optimum performance from the tape. Always use the shortest possible tape for a given project. Do not attempt to use 150-minute or longer tapes in DTRS machines, as the machine will detect the thickness of tape and automatically eject any tape thinner than recommended.
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