Many thanks for the advice. My nails tend to be btittle and tobreak easily, so I must keep them fairly short. I'm quite aware that my tone production is a far cry from professional; unfortunately I don't have the discipline to work specifically on that in the little time that I have for music making. I will try the left side aspect of your advice, though.el_guitarrero wrote: ↑Tue Aug 22, 2017 7:43 pm2 is better, but if i may give a simple advice, a little bit longer nails and finger attack from the left side of the finger would make both recordings a little bit more pleasant, since you have a top guitar and some of the best microphones....
No offense - just an advice. I think this could make more of a difference than the preamps comparison.... Thanks for the comparison !
Interesting stuff rojarosguitar, even for those of us who are hobbyists and more in the 'DR-40 with built in mics' stage of recording.rojarosguitar wrote: ↑Sat Aug 26, 2017 8:36 amOK, nothing more is happening, so here's what it was:
#1: Fully Busman moded Tascam DR-680
#2: Tascam HS-P82,
My assessment is that the gap between the both purely sound-wise is not very big, though I definitely prefer the preamps of the #2: they have a better mid range and transparency and less harshness in my ear (though not a huge difference); they provide ways more clean gain (clearly usable with ribbon mics) and they are quieter (less noisy). This is the first recorder I could imagine to work without external preamps.
Many thanks for your contributions.
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