Analog Tape Mastering Berlin Studer A827 Tape Machine Records Both Ways At CRC By Mastering Engineer 2 months ago Chicago Recording Company’s Chris Shepard, who also may or may not be an excellent bass fisherman, talks about the Studer a827 tape machine. It’s the Lowrance Flasher Depth Finder of tape machines. source Related Posts:Studer C37 valve tape machineTutorial : how to turn a Reel to Reel Tape Machine…The new ReVox reel to reel tape machine for 2017How to align a tape machine for recording (Bias…Recording on a 1970’s Tape MachineAmpex 440 Stereo reel to reel tape machine Continue Reading Previous Mastering is not as complicated as many people make it out to be, and its not so…Next From 27 kilohertz down to 22 hertz, the @manleylabs Massive Passive is back and … 3 thoughts on “Studer A827 Tape Machine Records Both Ways At CRC” I don't understand how the pumpkins possibly needed that many channels for that song haha… Sure there are several drum machines, synths, several different guitars, and a few vocal tracks but seriously? 2 24-track machines? i'm a huge pumpkins fan, but like, damn billy, couldn't you ping pong a few of those down or something? I guess I would have had to have been there to understand. haha.. anyways great vid, awesome machine. Reply How do you like it compared to the A820? Reply Very very nice! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.