Can the Mixcast 4 offer podcast producers something its rivals can’t?
With 32‑bit recording, multiple mic inputs and a smartphone‑style touchscreen interface, Tascam’s top‑of‑the‑range recorder is brimming with potential.
Zoom's latest field recorder lets you capture audio without having to worry about clipping.
Zoom's popular F series of solid-state recorders gains a compact two-channel model.
Tascam have announced the availability of the Portacapture X8 High Resolution Adaptive Multi-Recorder....
Zoom's latest hardware recorder features multitrack recording, editing and arranging, plus a built-in sound module.
New portable recorder features four mic preamps plus a stereo mic array.
Paul White and Hugh Robjohns discuss the evolution of recording from the perspective of their own experiences, starting with analogue tape and ending with computer-based digital systems.
All-in-one podcast production station from Tascam.
With 32‑bit recording, six inputs and a stereo mix facility, as well as impressive battery life, this versatile compact recorder should have wide appeal.
iZotope’s clever Spire Studio is back and better than ever.
Zoom’s modular approach makes this unique portable recorder far more versatile than others.
Could this be the perfect portable package for podcasters and musicians alike?
Tascam have done far more than shrink the Model 24.
Zoom's latest capture devices are super-compact yet feature laden, and promise up to 15 hours of operation on two AAA batteries.
The new PodTrak P8 features six mic inputs, a fully featured soundboard, and can accommodate smartphone, Zoom and Skype calls.
When it comes to portable flash recorders, Zoom is one of the first companies that spring to mind and with the PodTrak P4, they've clearly focused their attention on podcasters.
The new H8 is the flagship of Zoom's SOS Award-winning H-series of portable audio recorders.
Rode's one-stop podcasting shop continues to evolve.
This updated entry-level pocket recorder doubles up as a USB audio interface for computers and iOS devices.
Can this next generation of location recorders improve on the highly capable range that went before?
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