Featuring four-track recording, overdubbing and mixing facilities, this handy recorder promises more than most...
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Reviews: Digital Recorder
With mic preamps, multitrack recording and mixing built in, EHX’s 95000 is much more than your average looper.
Housed in a very compact metal body, weighing just 75g, the solid-state LS‑P4 is built around the familiar Olympus ‘Tresmic’ three‑microphone array, in which the central omni mic is there specifically to extend the low‑end response.
The VoiceTracer series spans everything from dictaphones to this —a serious PCM recorder with XLR input module and phantom power.
This classy all-in-one stagebox-cum-mixer combines some of Harman’s most highly regarded technology — to great success!
This diminutive device boasts Bluetooth connectivity, an impressive battery life, and a surprisingly versatile onboard mic array.
For those wanting to record and mix multiple sound sources on location, could the DR-680 MkII be the best tool for the job?
Once in a while, a high-quality, affordable product comes along that makes the professional competition look overpriced...
Unlike most compact recorders, Sony’s all-new design supports DSD recording. Is that enough to justify the price?
Do Olympus's latest recorders maintain the high quality and intuitive control of their earlier models?
With its impressive track count and interchangeable input modules, Zoom's H6 is one of the most flexible handheld recorders available.
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.
Zoom’s latest recorder ups the ante on the features front — even including M/S recording — but remains very affordable.
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...
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.
The FR2LE promises high-quality stereo audio capture in a small and inexpensive package. Is it perfect for location sound recording?
Tascam's mid-range pocket-sized digital recorder, the DR2D, supersedes the earlier DR1 — but does it have enough tricks to compete in an ever-evolving market?
Sam Inglis reviews the latest pocket-size stereo recorder from Olympus.
In SOS mag's 25th anniversary year, it's nice to see a manufacturer naming their product in our honour. Seriously, though... Korg aim to break the mould with this pocket-sized stereo recorder, which offers overdubbing with no specified track-count limitation.