The new BBR64-MADI version of the BlackBox Recorder records 64 channels of MADI data, while occupying one unit of rack space.
Designed for audio acquisition and capturing live performance, the recorder is designed to enable multi-channel audio to be captured directly to a USB2 drive, in Broadcast WAV format, without the need for a computer. The recorder can capture the full 64 channels at standard sample rates, with double sample rate MADI recording (up to 96kHz) also accommodated. The unit sports both coaxial and optical MADI connections for interfacing with any MADI equipped console or other equipment. Additionally, it caters for 56-channel legacy MADI and can record a further 8 channels of analogue (balanced line in) for capturing the audience reaction or general
The BBR64-MADI will lock to or generate word clock, as well as locking to the received MADI data stream. The MADI input can be echoed direct to the output. Individual channels, or pairs of channels can be monitored on a PFL bus providing both metering and headphone monitoring.
The BBR64-MADI also includes a number of BlackBox Recorder “standard” safety features, such as the Safe 'n’ Sound Record Recovery that will recover files even if the power fails during recording.
For more details, including pricing info, check out www.joeco.co.uk.
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