[Musikmesse] New Tascam Portastudio DP-24SD
Tascam introduces a new portable digital studio in the Portastudio series that records to SD cards, the DP-24SD.
The new Portastudio DP-24SD is a 24-track recorder/mixer that can record up to 8 tracks simultaneously to an SD card.
- 24-track portable recorder and mixer
- Records to SD/SDHC cards up to 32 GB
- Simultaneous 8-track recording and 24-track playback
- Digital audio resolutions: 16 and 24-bit / 44.1 and 48 kHz
- 18+1 45mm faders
- Select and Rec buttons on each track
- 48V phantom power for condenser mics
- 8 mic/line inputs on XLR/TRS combos
- 1/4“ TS high-impedance input for instruments
- 3.5“ LCD color display
- 3-band EQ on each input and playback track
- Built-in mastering effects
- Various effects and processors, including a reverb and amp models to be applied to playback tracks
- Auto Punch In/Out feature
- Track bounce
- Edit functions: copy, paste, insert copy and move, open, cut, silence, clone track and clean out
- Built-in tuner and metronome
- USB port to send the recordings and song data to a computer
- Ability to mixdown to a dedicated master file
- Some features can be assigned and controlled via the optional Tascam RC-3F footswitch
Tascam announces a street price under $400. More info about this new Portastudio DP-24SD at tascam.com.
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