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Yamaha MD4Published on 03/11/02 at 15:00
I purchased this unit from the Christchurch Rockshop for $1400 NZ

When I bought this I had just completed a course in Audio engineering, was at music college, and was rearing to go. With the MD4's ease of use, and portability, I was able to make many recordings, experiment with many different ways of recording, and I learned a hell of a lot about music, recording techniques, and as a by-product of that, my songwriting improved tenfold. The MD4 uses minidisk compression, so you don't actually get the truest recorded sound, but then again, you don't have to buy a compressor.

The MD4 doesn't use standard minidisks, they use things called Data Disks that are expensive, and hard to find....…
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I purchased this unit from the Christchurch Rockshop for $1400 NZ

When I bought this I had just completed a course in Audio engineering, was at music college, and was rearing to go. With the MD4's ease of use, and portability, I was able to make many recordings, experiment with many different ways of recording, and I learned a hell of a lot about music, recording techniques, and as a by-product of that, my songwriting improved tenfold. The MD4 uses minidisk compression, so you don't actually get the truest recorded sound, but then again, you don't have to buy a compressor.

The MD4 doesn't use standard minidisks, they use things called Data Disks that are expensive, and hard to find. Fortunatly they are infinately re-recordable until the disks become physically damaged, and - lets face it - everything wears out eventually. Also the machine doesn't automatically save the data to the disk, you have to tell it to - and if you forget then you lose a whole sessions work (insert profanity here).

Many other users I've spoken to have had many problems with their machines, and getting them serviced in New Zealand is a bit of a problem, but my machine has never let me down. It's been dropped, beaten, had champagne sprayed all over it, been left in a closed car on a hot day while I walked 4 miles to a garage, been thrown around and used extensivly over the last 4 years, and (with the excpetion of the afore mentioned disks) has worked perfectly every time.

I got a hell of a lot of use from my MD4, and it served me well. These days I'm using the computer for most of my recording projects, but the MD4 is sitting here doing it's duty as a handy little mixer. There are better recording devices, but you could do much much worse than to buy one.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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mlamermlamer

Yamaha MD4Published on 03/31/04 at 04:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
4 inputs with RCA jack or 6.35, all the connections is Jack or RCA

UTILIZATION

Trs easy to use, can record 4 track digital and export them or not. SETTING THE each track as a mixer. In fact table can be used in mix 4 inputs. Adjustable bass, treble and mdium on each track.
Possibility connection monitoring and recording.

SOUNDS

Impec filters, no effects. overall transport and simple set up. allows you to save a small group without making head with 4 microphones on 4 tracks for 37 minutes a mini disc

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years I like its implementation easier and less limit the number of tracks 4.
The report price is exellent quality because we find secondhand...…
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4 inputs with RCA jack or 6.35, all the connections is Jack or RCA

UTILIZATION

Trs easy to use, can record 4 track digital and export them or not. SETTING THE each track as a mixer. In fact table can be used in mix 4 inputs. Adjustable bass, treble and mdium on each track.
Possibility connection monitoring and recording.

SOUNDS

Impec filters, no effects. overall transport and simple set up. allows you to save a small group without making head with 4 microphones on 4 tracks for 37 minutes a mini disc

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years I like its implementation easier and less limit the number of tracks 4.
The report price is exellent quality because we find secondhand less than 3000 F.
If I knew I took a bus to <a rel="nofollow" href="/digital-multirack-studio/yamaha/MD8/?utm_source=audiofanzine&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=netting&utm_content=product&utm_term=MD8" target="_blank">MD8</a> vocals, guitar is impeccable, but there is a ds battery you need a mixer for this one back and forth on a track dj mix e on MD4.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: MD4
  • Category: Digital Multrack-studios
  • Added in our database on: 11/02/2002

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