"Slowing Down Tape" Effect on a Revox B77

Discussion in 'Tape Recorders' started by MakoBlink, Apr 17, 2007.

  1. MakoBlink

    MakoBlink Guest

    Hey guys, I've got a vocal clip and I need to slow the tail end of the clip down. Is this possible on a Revox b77, and what is the safest way to do it? Is it safe to turn the tape while the clip is recording from an external cd player? The plan is to get the track back into a DAW to edit. Let me know!
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Member

    Sep 26, 2005
    It's possible to slow it down in software. You don't need to use an old revox b77to accomplish that.

    From where does the clip originate from (type of media that it will be supplied on)? What type of software are you currently using? For what purpose is this used for? An effect? Or trying to match pitch from two different sources? Is this something that was already recorded on the Revox? Are you transferring to the Revox? Or just thinking of using the machine for an effect, that can easily be done in software?

    Your question is sort of like "it hurts when I do this".
    Ms. Remy Ann David
  3. MakoBlink

    MakoBlink Guest

    I know I could use Varispeed in pro tools but It's a school project and we are using Cubase SE. Im using it for an effect in a radio spot. It wasnt already recorded on the machine, I was thinking of transferring it over. Is it possible in Cubase SE?

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