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Old 20th May 2003
Lives for gear
Meters on gear are great, but I only look at them when something sounds bad. I trust my monitors (Genelec), and the Hardy's have sooo much headroom that they're never the culprit when things crap out. If everything is cal'd at unity gain, then the meters on the tape machine (or ProTools) tell me everything I want to know. As far as editing, I've learned (or been trained like a puppy) to use my eyes these days. DAW's are like that. And it's more efficient to have two senses working than one; though I started with only the sense of sound when cutting tape. Or using the AMS Audiofile for that matter...I digress...