Donno why I feel so happy, but it’s been a loooooooooong time without a recording for me!
Thanx Igor for reminding me I actually can music (sort of), Nastya for just damn good time spent together, and you for staying tuned!
000 fang – Take Me Away
001 Dubscribe rmx Hommarju ft RoughSketch – Anubis
This might be the last episode for the time being.
I don’t have any more cool tracks in my tune crate, no more time for crate digging too, and also might be moving to another system soon too.
Thanks for staying tuned and see ya later!
This monday, Daniil (danila_95) visited Ufa. Except for walking around the city and other fun stuff, he also brought this not-quite-little goodness that Alex Nak got me here.
The [B] well was not working, however, which was quite disappointing with such a powerful machine.
So it was time to jump right into the schematics of it. After some hours of probing and reading, it seemed that QM61 and QM62 were out of business after some weird occasion. The reel motor was spinning, yet no motion was seen from the capstans and the head mechanics (which are, in fact, driven by the same motor). So I had to go to the local electronics shop and get two 2SD2144’s (I was lucky enough to come on time because these were the last two in stock).
Replacing these was a bit hard since the mechanical assembly is in the way of removing the main board. But, after reassembling was done, I connected it to a 110V AC adapter, put in a tape, hit play… Sure enough they both work fine, in reverse and direct modes!
Time to hook it up into the rig, well A to the amp as a usual recorder, and well B to a USB sound interface (a 24-bit USB Sound Blaster) for instant recording, broadcasting and digitization purposes.
Now gotta think up a better stand for the audio equipment, a way of making this work with AIEdit2, and how to get the pillow that was inside back to Alex :)
Enjoying the Haibane Renmei cassette on it as I’m typing this post~