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    Zoom H4

    Portable Stereo/4-track Recorder

    We've seen affordable field recorders from Edirol and M-Audio. How does Zoom's H4 compare?

    Reviews Dec 2006
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    Q. Are there any MP3 players we can use as portable recorders?

    My band members and I wish to find an easy and affordable way to record and disseminate arrangement ideas. Currently, we...

    Sound Advice Dec 2006
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    Edirol R09

    Compact Digital Recorder

    The Edirol R09 is one of the most stylish and compact digital recorders on the market - but is it as accomplished as it is good looking?

    Reviews Oct 2006
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    Korg D888

    Digital 8-track Studio

    This simple digital eight-track might appear a bit feature-light, but it could have hidden appeal for DAW users wanting a flexible multitrack audio capture machine.

    Reviews Oct 2006
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    Tascam HDP2

    Portable Digital Stereo Recorder

    Quality mic preamps, 24-bit/192kHz operation, timecode sync... Tascam's upwardly-mobile new recorder is going places.

    Reviews Jul 2006
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    Marantz PMD570

    Digital Stereo Recorder

    This sleek rackmount Compact Flash-based recorder makes an ideal recording 'scratch pad', and files can also be imported into your DAW when things get more serious.

    Reviews May 2006
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    Digitech Jam Man

    Loop Recorder & Phrase Sampler Stomp Box

    Add high-capacity Compact Flash storage and USB transfer to a real-time looper's facilities and you've got a host of new potential applications. What could the Jam Man do for you?

    Reviews Apr 2006
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    Tascam DVRA1000

    High-resolution Stereo Digital Recorder

    This new stand-alone recorder from Tascam records a variety of high-resolution audio formats directly to DVD discs.

    Reviews Apr 2006
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    M-Audio Microtrack 24/96

    Portable Digital Stereo Recorder

    The new Microtrack packs a high-quality 24-bit/96kHz two-track recorder, complete with USB connectivity, into a box not much larger than a mobile phone. Is it the ideal field recorder? We check it out...

    Reviews Mar 2006
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    Yamaha AW2400

    Digital Multitracker

    After more than five years, Yamaha's AW range boasts a new flagship, offering 24 tracks, a sweeter-sounding automated mixer, four multi-effects processors, and convenient USB file transfer. We find out if it has been worth the wait...

    Reviews Feb 2006
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    Q. Can you recommend a digital multitracker?

    I am a guitarist and I want to buy a four-track digital recorder for less than £300. Do you have any recommendations?

    Sound Advice Feb 2006
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    Q. Which digital multitracker is the right one for me?

    I read Tom Flint's piece on the Zoom MRS1608 multitracker and think it may be the right machine for me. I still use a...

    Sound Advice Feb 2006
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    Korg D3200

    Digital Multitracker

    Korg's newest workstation heavyweight boasts 32 recording tracks, a powerful 44:12:2 mixer, a programmable drum machine, and up to 11 simultaneous effects — all for under £1000. Read our hands-on report...

    Reviews Jan 2006
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