Tascam DP-01 FX CD
Tascam DP-01 FX CD
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Ramblestone's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Tascam DP-01 FX CD
8-track recording with CD quality uncompressed. (Up to 2 simultaneous)
A-40 gigabytes hard drive for unlimited creativity: 8 tracks at 44.1 kHz - 16 bits = 17 h 00 registration.
-Two Mic / Line inputs (Jack), one switchable to guitar connected directly your microphones, synths, guitars, drum machines ...
-Two XLR microphone inputs with 48V phantom power
-Output MIDI Timecode or MIDI Clock: synchronize a drum machine or MIDI sequencer with your song.
Out-pedal PUNCH IN / OUT (ref RC-30P) launch your recording without releasing the handle of your guitar.

-Each channel has a level control, 2-band EQ, effect send and PAN.
- "Multi-effects" and "Reverb" Integrated
-FX sends with stereo return: use a box of externalities to work your registration ..
Edit your compos-like on a workstation: copy, adds, moves, creates curls, eliminates unwanted noise, removes sequences, said the silence ...
-Function "Report of the tracks" 8-track is too tight? You can then see your tracks on two stereo tracks, and thus free virgin 6.
-Up to 999 markers per song identification customizable: make your sequences, couplets or early vote ...

CD Burner built-compatible CD-R / + RW: severe your mixes on CD and importing or exporting WAV files.
-USB 2.0 port for data exchange with a computer
Analog-Output (RCA) and digital (SPDIF)
Just needs a metronome so I put 9


Super easy to use, very intuitive.
No need to read all the documentation to register, just qques required in specific functions a more accurate reading but overall a simple look at the record you will know 90% of features.
All functions are easily accessible, no need to use the hands and feet simultaneously to trigger an effect :-) )
This is a recording studio complete stand-alone, no computer required to complete anything, everything is in the beast.


The sound is very good, the converters are transparent, no cracking in the beginning or during recording, the edition of very practical features.
After the sound really depends on your personal sound recording [sound recording = good very good sound] [sound recording = bad its shit] like all the recorders, he does not embellish a sound dirty or erase ducks: D

I put 9 for the price / quality ratio is very very good


I use it for about 8 months

- Feature you like least: no metronome and not possible to pause the recording standby from a pedal, you can initiate and stop recording via a footswitch but the band continues to run (in play mode) is can not pause, you must do it manually, it's not really annoying but it was a nice little luxury during repeat: D

- Feature you like best: it is super full of very good quality and super simple to use for taking unbeatable

- Quality / price ratio: unbeatable in this range of equipment is the Tascam anyway! with all the experience that comes with registration.

- With experience, you do again this choice? : Ironically no, because in fact this is not the type of equipment I need has already a very good sound card and a sequencer to compose at home, I just need a note recorder block Boss Micro Br type, because in fact the Tascam us is only to repeat the local live and suddenly it's really underutilized in terms of its actual capabilities.