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Tascam Portastudio 2488 MKII
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Tascam Portastudio 2488 MKII
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The Pitchman The Pitchman
Publié le 08/17/09 à 12:52
See manual.

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is simple?

When we cut his teeth with magnetic stripe, which goes to the Mini-disc and the support DTD, we can say that this kind of machine is fast enough to take charge.

The equipment is very compact for a 24-track, so the direct orders are reduced, but the menus and submenus are well thought out.

The usual functions are they easily accessible?

The small screen can sometimes be tiring, but the whole machine is really well thought out and for this size and for that price ...

The manual is clear and sufficient?

To see the questgions on the forum, there should be more complete, but hey, a little hack and it works!


SOUNDS

The A / D converters and D / A are transparent?

Enough for this kind of machine.

The effects and filters are effective?

Partimonie used, given sufficient effects for productions in the standards of pop-rock, variety, jazz, short for recording acoustic instruments and give them an attractive spacialisation ...

But we must not be ambitious beyond what is offered the "engine" of this model.

The dynamics are respected?

Again, it is consistent with this range of product.

OVERALL OPINION

For how long have you been using it?

Tascam 2488 MKI first released me after 4 years of loyal service. I realize all my educational tapes, voice and live in studio throughout the year: my favorite seller Freyming-Merlebach (Dom will recognize) offered me the MKII: It holds since April 2008 despite the 370 "Songs "registered. So reliability is for the time u go.

What thing do you like most/least about it?

Adding a more logical and mastering the ability to split a single "Song" (if taken to Live or crossfades) to burn different brands as a track on CD is a good idea.

The least? The dynamics of current productions difficult to find with such a machine, but hey, there, one enters the art of mix and master ... I have not done the course with Brian Eno and Bob Rock (joke!)

Did you try many other models before getting this one?

No: a 24-track moind to 1500 euros when it came out ... I think few could rival race condition. And here are the biggest strong point ... The comfort of the 24 tracks!
What is your opinion about the value for the price?

Unbeatable!

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?

Willingly unless I give the money to invest beyond, but good: first enroll in internship Brain ENO and Bob Rock (2 sets so if it can do it!)
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