How have the RADAR's makers iZ kept their flagship multitrack digital system relevant in today's world of software recording?
With its impressive track count and interchangeable input modules, Zoom's H6 is one of the most flexible handheld recorders available.
Recording a gig and sharing the video online is a great way to get your name out there, and Olympus have created a pocket-sized way to do just that.
If you’re in the market for a portable recorder, there are plenty to choose from, with a variety of different features and at a wide range of prices...
Tascam’s new handheld recorder boasts four-track recording capability, but is that enough to help it break through in a very competitive market?
Zoom’s latest recorder ups the ante on the features front — even including M/S recording — but remains very affordable.
Zoom have created another portable recorder that’s overflowing with features and functionality. Can it be all things to all people?
With eight-track simultaneous recording and up to 32 tracks on mixdown, the DP24 proves you don’t need a computer to produce music.
Building on their record for successful hand-held stereo recording devices, Olympus have stepped into multitracker territory...
Until now, specialised multitrack digital recorders designed for capturing live shows have been niche products with hefty price tags. Will Cymatic’s LR16 change that?
When it comes to recording a live show, most recording rigs are either bulky or expensive — or both. The ICE 16, on the other hand, is neither...
Compact stereo recorders are a great way of capturing audio away from the mouse and keyboard. Here’s our selection of current models, with links to the SOS review where available.