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EVENTS

Tickets are now on sale for webinar number six. (They just keep coming!)

Connecting Up Your Audio Equipment

The next Reel Resilience webinar is open for booking!


We will cover the "How do?", "What is?" and "Can I?" of connecting audio equipment together, be it consumer or professional grade and using analogue or digital formats. There seems to be confusion over what balanced, unbalanced, mic, line, DIN and headphone levels are and can you connect equipment using these differing standards together. We will cover digital formats too.


There will be a Q & A session at the end, so please send your questions in during the webinar, or you can send them in advance to resiliencewebinars@gmail.com to guarantee they will be answered.
The webinar will be recorded and you will be sent a link plus the notes used in the webinar to watch it again.

Tickets are available here and we look forward to your attendance. 

Please look out for announcments about this webinar on this website and on the Reel Resilience

social media presence. 

LINKS

Useful links to sites related tape-machines and audio:

Tapeheads Forum: A useful discussion and help resource for all tape formats.

Vintage Radio Forum: Similar to the Tapeheads forum but more "vintage kit" based, still a useful site.

Ferrograph World: Welcome to the World of Ferro!

Hi-Fi EngineTechnical manuals download site.

 

Hi-Fi Manuals: Technical manuals download site.

On-screen audio meters: A range of audio meter software for PPM and digital format meters. 

PC based tone generator: Not free (you can trial it for free) but about the best we have currently found.

Peak to RMS Voltage Calculator: Useful when service manuals give a peak voltage figure rather than the RMS one shown on a DVM.

dBu, dBv & Voltage converter: Useful to convert the figures given in service manuals.

Time constant calculator: Ever wondered what 35us or 70us actually means as a frequency on a Eq curve? Use this app to work it out.

Recording studio glossary: All those initials and terms explained.

An interesting read in Jazz Times on the return of reel-to-reel.

DOWNLOADS

Free stuff to download!

 

To access a range of reports and documents applicable to open-reel machines please enter your details in the form below. Once done, you will have unlimited future access: