[NAMM] JamHub Tracker MT16 recorder
JamHub will introduce at NAMM Show 2014 its new Tracker MT16 multichannel recorder, a compact 16-channel model.
Despite its compact format that doesn’t exceed the size of a stompbox, the JamHub Track MT16 features 2 stereo inputs and 6 mono inputs on 1/4” jacks and you can also use a 16-channel breakout snake to connect the recorder to any mixing console or to the JamHub Studio (via the SoleMix cable) in order to capture the sound of 7 stereo channels.
The Tracker MT16 features 24-bit converters and will created sessions organized in directories which features WAV files for each input. These sessions are stored onto an SD card. The captured signal is line-level and pre-fader so you can use the files for editing and mixing later on a computer.
Note that the Tracker MT16 is also able to send the recording wirelessly to the BandLab cloud, so that members of the band or mixing engineer won’t have to wait for the SD card to start working.
The jamHub Tracker MT16 should be released right after NAMM, its UK price is £349. More information at www.jamhub.com/trackermt16/.
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