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The right way to do this is open the project in GarageBand and export each track as its own audio file. Then you can import the audio files into a PC-based multichannel audio editor and continue working. Failing that, though, notice that the GarageBand project is a folder, and inside the folder there is a “Media” folder that contains the individual audio ...


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Yes, this is possible. It's unfortunately not straight-forward, nor will it be cheap, but it is do-able - except not via USB. I can give you one example of having done this myself, but you're not going to like the answer - becuase it's particularly pricey - but remember, this is just one example. Sound Devices 970, MADI/DANTE recorder. RME MadiFACE in the ...


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I've never heard of the 'sticky tape' phenomenon affecting anything other than specific Ampex 456 tape made during the 80s… & boy, have I baked some of those over the years ;-) Old cassettes may shed a little, but I don't think they should be sticky. I'd play one track at a time & clean the heads before each track. Unless your heads are so far out ...


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I play all kinds of tapes from the 70-90 no issues here. I think they will still work flawlessly. Tapes are build like tanks :) You definetely won't rip them off at the end. I tried to rip one by Hand. No chance.


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The speed may vary (and actually you may even see differences between units of the same model). If you know the tuning, chords etc you can always go through a computer and resample if you want pitch to be perfect.


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