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Boss BR-800 Digital Recorder
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Boss BR-800 Digital Recorder

Digital Multrack-studio from Boss belonging to the BR series.

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«  Compact and efficient »

Published on 03/25/13 at 12:18
Characteristics are easily found on the website of Boss.

UTILIZATION

-The general configuration is fairly intuitive, you can easily reach to its brands, it is best to understand how to tweak.

- The manual is in English but downloadable pdf on the site boss, it is complete enough.

- It takes a little time to adapt but then it is very easy to change presets, editing is very thorough.

SOUNDS

The sounds are good, as always with boss right after do not expect to have a record studio, it is not the goal, to make models alone or in a group is the top.
It is regrettable that the dynamics is not always respected by the sound good but nothing serious, the effects are really convincing.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for three months and I do not separate well, this is my first digital recorder. I love the sound, ease of use and editing very thorough, I do not like by against the clock generator (too complicated to program), 8 or more 6 tracks (because the last two are stereo) are a bit limited if you want to make songs a bit complicated but nothing insurmountable.
The value for money and very decent possibility given the number, with the experience I probably do it again this choice, it exceeds (by far) all its competitors in this category.
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