Alesis ADAT Tapes converted to .wav or .aiff
Alesis Digital Audio Tape (ADAT) is a magnetic tape format used for the simultaneous recording of eight analogue audio or digital audio tracks onto the same S-VHS tape used by consumer VCRs. Oxford Duplication Centre can digitse 16bit and 20bit ADAT 8 track tapes.
Tapes recorded in the older Type I format can be read and written in our modern Alesis ADAT machinse . Later generations record at two sample rates, 44.1 and 48 kHz, common in the audio industry. All models allow pitch control by varying the sample rate, and thus tape speed accordingly.
Some common tapes used with ALESIS ADAT multi-track machines include: Quantegy DM 42 HHB ADAT45 HHB ADAT60 BASF DA 40 QUANTEGY ADAT 42C ADAT 60. You will always see the ADAT logo on tapes designed specifically for ADAT machines.
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