Offering both retro analogue simplicity and modern digital recording facilities, can this device be master of all trades?
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Reviews: Multitrack Recorder
The LiveTrak L‑12 ticked a lot of boxes for a lot of people. Could the L‑20 tick the rest?
Zoom’s original F8 impressed us enormously — and now they’ve made it even better!
Compact, portable, capable of overdubbing, and packed with preamps — could this be the multitracker we’ve all been waiting for?
iZotope’s Spire Studio breathes new life into a format that will be familiar to many home studio owners.
Zoom reimagine the stand-alone multitracker for the DAW generation.
More keenly priced than many Sound Devices products, the MixPre-3 nonetheless offers exceptional sound quality and functionality.
Can this robust 1U rackmount recorder and audio interface — which features 24 onboard mic preamps — be all things to all engineers?
For those wanting to record and mix multiple sound sources on location, could the DR-680 MkII be the best tool for the job?
Behringer’s X32 consoles aren’t light on features, but they’ve never offered stand-alone multitrack recording — until now...
Tascam’s latest pocket–sized recorder introduces remote control via Wi–Fi and an innovative microphone capsule assembly.
Zoom’s H4 has been hugely popular, and with the H5 it seems its few shortcomings have been ironed out.
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.
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...
Building on their record for successful hand-held stereo recording devices, Olympus have stepped into multitracker territory...
With eight-track simultaneous recording and up to 32 tracks on mixdown, the DP24 proves you don’t need a computer to produce music.
Zoom have created another portable recorder that’s overflowing with features and functionality. Can it be all things to all people?