One of the advantages of the online mixing concept that I promote is that the client doesn’t need to travel to the studio to audition mixes. This can be a drawback as the client may feel that they are missing out by not experiencing the mix with the professional equipment. If fact, one of the biggest challengers engineers face is getting a mix to sound good on standard consumer systems.
Quick Edit: Thank you to Andy Hong, the Gear Reviews Editor of TapeOp magazine, for letting me know that this how-to will also get MXView going on Windows 10.
I officially feel famous, thanks TapeOp.
Recently, I have been messing around with a Tascam MX2424, which is a 24 track hard disc recorder. It is quite old school, but a lot of fun to play around with. It can be used with Tascam’s MX-View software, which is essentially an early piece of DAW software, complete with a lot of cool features. The MX2424 old machine, I think mine dates back to 2001, which brings me to the point of this post. Continue reading “TASCAM MX View – Windows 8.1”