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Toastworks

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    Audio engineer and all around swell chap
  1. The first film made with digitally recorded sound

    In the studio, it was fortunate that it took just about as long to pre-format the tape as it did to set up the studio for the session.
  2. The first film made with digitally recorded sound

    This is awesome and exactly the information I was looking for. I appreciate the reply! The DTRS you're speaking of is the Hi8 Tascam system? That was the digital system I learned on in college in the late 90s. Not so fond memories of getting two machines to lock sync together on playback.
  3. Heard a similar question asked in another forum, but couldn't come up with any answers no matter how hard I Googled. Wanted to ask the experts: What was the first film made with digitally recorded sound? And, as a bonus, which recorder may have been used? (*edited for autocorrect spelling error)
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