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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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    Yamaha AW1600

    Digital Multitracker

    Yamaha breathe new life into their AW range with USB connectivity, loop sampling, and an onboard pitch-correction processor.

    Reviews Oct 2005
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    Q. Can you explain the effects routing on my Roland multitracker?

    Can you help me understand the effects routing on my Roland VS2400CD and how to 'print' an effect to a track?

    Sound Advice Oct 2005
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    Q. How do I get my Yamaha AW16G to follow my QY700 tempo changes?

    I have a song recorded as a MIDI sequence on a Yamaha QY700 hardware sequencer which I'm trying to record onto a Yamaha AW16G...

    Sound Advice Oct 2005
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    Korg D4

    Digital Multitracker

    Korg's latest multitracker is as small as it is affordable.

    Reviews Sep 2005
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    Q. Should I sync my MIDI gear with my multitracker?

    I use MIDI-sequenced sound modules for backing, so I am considering the option of sync'ing my sequencer with my AW4416 and running the modules in time with the recorded material. Or is it more sensible for me to record the module outputs to the hard drive?

    Sound Advice Aug 2005
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    Boss BR1200

    Digital Multitracker

    This latest multitracker from Boss boasts powerful effects processing and built-in USB facilities.

    Reviews Jul 2005
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    Q. Can you explain the track routing in my Akai multitracker?

    I previously owned a DPS12 and that was fairly simple, but the DPS24 manual talks about using 'groups' to route inputs to tracks. What is a group and how are they used?

    Sound Advice Jun 2005
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    Tascam DP01 & DP01FX

    Digital Multitrackers

    Tascam's two new digital multitrackers are the latest in their long line of Portastudio products.

    Reviews Apr 2005

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