MATRIXSYNTH: The Very Rare 1969 R. A. MOOG 1502 Stereo Analog Tape Recorder

Friday, May 14, 2021

The Very Rare 1969 R. A. MOOG 1502 Stereo Analog Tape Recorder


video by Round and Wound tape transfers

This one is in via Brian Kehew.
Never knew this existed. Just when you think you've seen it all, something new but old appears. Giving this one the exclusive label as well.

"At Round and Wound, we have over 100 vintage tape machines, many formats needed to transfer people's old tapes into digital files. But this one holds a special place for us: it's possibly the last of its kind, and with an incredible pedigree. This was built circa 1969 by the Moog synthesizer company as part of a never-successful push to create full electronic music studios. Afterwards, this machine toured the world with Chris Swansen's group, Badger - as playback for difficult parts recorded previously in the Moog factory studio. It's not comparable, sonically, to our more modern/professional machines - so we don't use it for transfers. But it has a place of pride among our many machines, as a custom creation from the team at Moog!"

And some info on Round And Wound:

Round And Wound audio tape transfers, digitizing, conversion;

video by Round and Wound tape transfers

"Round and Wound is a professional tape and media transfer facility in North Hollywood, CA. We have numerous machines and formats to access your old recordings and convert them to digital files.

Please go to our website for more info: www.roundandwound.com
or call (818) 856-8701 afternoons and evenings.

Analog Machines:
1" 8-track: AMPEX MM1100, SCULLY 280
2" 24-track and 16-track: 3M M79, SONY APR24, Studer A800
1" 16-track: OTARI MX70
1" 24-track: TASCAM MSR24
16-channel: FOSTEX E16, TASCAM MSR16
8-channel: OTARI MX5050, TASCAM TSR8, FOSTEX 80, FOSTEX R8, TASCAM 38
4-channel: OTARI MX5050, MCI JH110C, Tascam 424
2-channel: MCI JH110C, Ampex 800, Ampex ATR102
Cassette: TASCAM 122 MkIII, Denon DN730R, SONY
Microcassette: SONY

Digital Machines:
DAT: Panasonic SV3700, 3800, TASCAM DA30, DA40
Alesis ADAT (x4)
Mitsubishi X-86
TASCAM DA88 DA98 DA98HR (x4)
SONY F1
SONY Minidisc

Vinyl:
MAZE Turntable, mono 78 rpm
AKAI AP-207 Turntable stereo 33rpm, 45rpm

Noise Reduction:
Dolby A, dBX I and II, Dolby SR

Computer Media:
CD
ZIP drive
JAZ drive
3.5" floppy
5.25: floppy
Magneto Optical drive"

1 comment:

  1. That Pompeii had a coffee shop and juice bar was unknown until they dug it up recently. It doesn't say Starbucks but there is a picture of a mermaid.

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