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Alesis introduces the TwoTrack portable audio recorder.

Alesis will unveil the TwoTrack at Booth #400 at the 2011  Summer NAMM show from July 21st- 23rd in Nashville, TN.

Using the Alesis TwoTrack is the easiest way to conduct audio recording in stereo sound. Users can carry the TwoTrack in a pocket, gig bag, stick  bag, or virtually any other case. The TwoTrack runs on one AA  battery for hours of operation and saves recordings to its internal 128MB memory or to a micro SD or SDHC card up to 8GB (sold separately).

TwoTrack is designed for capturing songwriting sessions, rehearsals or  performances. At the end of the session, users will have a 16-bit, 44.1  stereo wav file, or an MP3 at up to 192kbps that can easily be  transferred to a computer via the TwoTrack’s high speed USB 2.0 output. The TwoTrack’s dual cardioid condenser microphones are configured in an  XY configuration that provides spatial imaging, giving users  two tracks of audio that can be edited in various music software.

Users can mount the TwoTrack on a standard camera  tripod, the optional Alesis Mic Stand Adapter or the Alesis Table Stand  Tripod.

The TwoTrack portable audio recorder also features a mic/line input for external mono or stereo  sources and can be mounted on compatible video cameras to enhance the sound of video. Auto and manual gain controls and a red LED  signal-clip indicator are designed to make it easy to adjust and monitor levels.

 

Pricing & Availability

The TwoTrack audio recorder will be available from musical instrument and pro audio retailers in  Q3, 2011. It has a U.S. Retail Price of $99.00 and an estimated street  price of $79.00.

 

For more information on the Alesis TwoTrack recorder, visit www.alesis.com/twotrack.

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