Not really. I have tried to do so but the limitations of process, even using high quality well maintained tape machines and state of the art ADC's tend to leave a less then quality result. I have tried many different R2R tapes, some original two track masters, and when all is said and done, the tape's analogue sound quality wins the day. If you want to see how professionals did R2R to CD, listen to some of the Mercury Living presence CD's, against their R2R tapes and actual records. I've done this and I think in the end, Fine's best efforts still don't match the R2R tapes. Just enjoy you tapes, analogue rules.
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