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i don't think Nagra machines work in that way. there main use was to record sound on film sets and foley/audio post studios. they were made to be pretty clean sounding so if you want something dirty it's probably not the best choice. if your a mastering engineer it's a good investment.Casanova808 wrote:You can put a playback head after a recording head, that is how a tape echo works.
As far as realtime playback goes, it is possible if the unit it set up that way, but I doubt the Nagra works like that. However, you can run audio through its circuits and use it as a sort of preamp.