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Digital Multrack-studio from Zoom belonging to the MRS series.

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«  Useful today? »

Published on 05/02/14 at 02:27
Everything has already been said

UTILIZATION

Read the manual to become familiar with the device.

SOUNDS

Everything has already been said

OVERALL OPINION

I do not go over the features, everything has already been said.
Is what I kind of device is still useful now with ordis, sequencers etc ...? Well I would say yes.
Price level, they are found to € 30-50 (whatever the brand). It allows to register without much cost to start and later or pass on PC / Mac or on more expensive recorders.
It also helps to learn the basics of mixing, we can walk everywhere (eg on vacation.).
So for the beginner who wants to record music to judge its progress, to try the composition, I think it's perfect.
I would need to ensure to find a device provided with one or more cards and preferably 128MB (allows 2 hours of maximum records in degraded mode, which I think is not that bad), because the problem is that the card format used is no longer used and are rather expensive occasion.
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