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Re: voice-tracking is the symptom, but it's not the disease-- re send

At 06:36 PM 12/24/2000 -0500, Chuckigo@aol.com wrote:
>    again, as i chided Dan earlier, this broadcasting
>thing is not just something i do.  it's what i am.  true
>radio believers have the home-made airchecks made at a
>time when patch cords into the old reel-to-reel or very
>early version cassette recorder were not available.
>when you held the mic next to the built-in speaker of
>that old little turntable, the one with the bouncy-legs
>and a penny on the end of the stylus to keep your fav
>45 from skipping...
>- -Chuck (that WooWoo thing would've been mine if i
>hadn't been born too late...{winking}) Igo

I'll bet that the studio musicians felt about this way when those new 
fangled phonographs started replacing live studio orchestras.

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