Steve Fogal wrote:^^^ I don't recall even considering about reversing audio... from Cubase or Wavelab. What versions of Cubase or Wavelab do this? I have Wavelab 3, bought with my Cubase VST 32/5 in a 'Producer Pack' but have never used it.
I also don't know how to change the speed of audio, or which versions of either Cubase or Wavelab do this.
Every version of Cubase including the light versions (at least since VST), plus every light version of Wavelab I've ever had, has this function.
I've never seen an 8-track recorder, though I assume there must have been. As the cassette uses an endless loop technique, I'd imagine there would have been the danger of overrecording stuff.
knuckle47 wrote:I only wish there were video cameras like there are today... OH BOY !
You might actually be glad (count yer lucky stars) there weren't back then or ... well there was Super-8 - I've still got a complete home Super-8 studio complete with camera, title kit, editor, splicer, projector - the works...
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