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    JoeCo BlueBox Workstation Recorder

    24-channel Recorder & Audio Interface

    Can this robust 1U rackmount recorder and audio interface — which features 24 onboard mic preamps — be all things to all engineers?

    Reviews May 2017
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    Cymatic uTrack 24

    Multitrack Recorder & Audio Interface

    Newcomers Cymatic look set to revolutionise the world of live recording and playback with this remarkably affordable new device.

    Reviews Mar 2015
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    Allen & Heath ICE 16

    Digital Multitrack Recorder & Audio Interface

    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...

    Reviews May 2013
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    JoeCo BBR1 BlackBox Recorder

    24-track Digital Recorder

    Recording in a live environment demands simplicity and stability, and this intriguing new product from SADiE co-founder Joe Bull is designed to offer both.

    Reviews Jan 2010
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    HHB CDR882 DualBurn

    Dual-drive CD Recorder

    Newer technologies may be available, but the CD is still alive and kicking... and this unique stand-alone recorder is arguably the pinnacle of CD technology.

    Reviews Dec 2008
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    Marantz CDR770

    CD Recorder

    The new CDR770 from Marantz is one of the cheapest CD recorders on the UK market, and features a new writing technology known...

    Reviews Nov 2001
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    iZ Technology RADAR 24

    Multitrack Recorder

    The new third-generation RADAR hard disk recorder is the most affordable version yet, and offers 24-bit recording over 24 tracks at sampling rates of up to 192kHz. Hugh Robjohns puts it through its paces.

    Reviews Aug 2001
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    Mackie HDR24/96

    24-track Hard Disk Recorder

    We test one of the most eagerly awaited products of the year! Does the Mackie HDR24/96 really offer the best of both the traditional hardware and computer recording worlds?

    Reviews Oct 2000
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    Alesis M20

    20-bit Professional Digital Recorder

    The ADAT format is more often the choice of personal studios than professional facilities — but the new M20 is set to change all that. Hugh Robjohns takes the 20-bit ADAT for a spin.

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    Alesis LX20

    ADAT Type II Recorder

    Paul White meets the junior member of Alesis' family of Type II 20-bit ADAT recorders.

    Reviews Aug 1998
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    Alesis ADAT XT20

    Digital 8-track Recorder

    Paul White tests the 20-bit Alesis ADAT XT20, to see whether it wil really help us make better recordings or just allows us to record our low-level hum and noise more accurately!

    Reviews May 1998
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    Tascam DA98

    Digital Multitrack Recorder

    It started in 88, dropped to 38, now rises to 98... no, it's not the chart performance of the new Spice Girls album, but Tascam's rather strange way of numbering the models in their respected DA series of digital multitrack recorders. Hugh Robjohns checks out the new flagship in the range.

    Reviews Dec 1997
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    Alesis ADAT XT front panel.

    Alesis ADAT XT

    8-track Digital Audio Recorder

    ADAT is dead, long live the ADAT XT. Paul White reports on the rebirth of a classic.

    Reviews Jan 1996
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