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Pocket Recorder/Multitrack from Boss belonging to the BR series.

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  • kikoukakikouka

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 06/15/09 at 14:17
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    Hello
    I want a person who knows perfectly Bordeaux the Micro Br. In order that he or she can explain me the basics
    Remuneration the day
    Contact: madrid.karine@neuf.fr / or / 0603294530
    Thank you
  • sousleausousleau

    good for what I do

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 02/19/14 at 08:49
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    I bought it when it came out and this is the only model that I tried
    it is compact
    fairly easy to use but I do not use all of its features

    I keep it because to work on playback and record songs it does its job
  • p'pa carpenterp'pa carpenter

    fantastic, but a bit complex

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 01/18/14 at 08:17
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    I use the Micro BR for over 2 years for my songs of Rock. This is my first camera, being completely new to recording, and no great digital I drooled several months, and although the guide was made necessary because it focuses jewelery several hundred procedures for scores of "buttons". But the final with different tracks, effects, sounds and rhythms of batteries etc, you can create a piece of incredible sound quality. no noise. If necessary, the recording of sound internal micro dictaphone is not so bad. Regarding the drum machine I have not succeeded in exploiting well (too complicated for me) I organize my break and bearings manually with the buttons, it is more limited I think. But to re…
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    I use the Micro BR for over 2 years for my songs of Rock. This is my first camera, being completely new to recording, and no great digital I drooled several months, and although the guide was made necessary because it focuses jewelery several hundred procedures for scores of "buttons". But the final with different tracks, effects, sounds and rhythms of batteries etc, you can create a piece of incredible sound quality. no noise. If necessary, the recording of sound internal micro dictaphone is not so bad. Regarding the drum machine I have not succeeded in exploiting well (too complicated for me) I organize my break and bearings manually with the buttons, it is more limited I think. But to really see feats of this machine will listen to my recordings on sound cloud website by typing Dad CARPENTER on Google.
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  • Anonymous

    The Little Grand

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 05/06/13 at 02:10
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    This recorder with its pocket size can take anywhere. From a very successful design, multiple functions are not to be outdone, this WAV/MP3 recorder returns without compromising the sound recordings with realism, special effects built the final touches, the drum beats are a good way to keep tempo. Powered by two 1.5V batteries or transformer, the use is simple and ergonomics problem. The display is clear and well-placed controls, connections on the sides allow the land in a small space, the well provides a detailed record of handling multiple functions without difficulty.
    A small recorder that is who knows how to show the image of the great.
  • Anonymous

    Recorder? No, mini studio!

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 12/09/12 at 01:49
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    It's been 3 years, I use very irregularly.

    I confess without having to buy too ask me a question, I was misinformed on the net.

    Multitrack Recorder +
    + Recording tracks with simultaneous viewing pre-recorded tracks
    + Fully programmable Drum machines not measure the full extent of a piece
    + Ability to use virtual tracks to submix them, so consider its four tracks as 32 (8 virtual tracks per track)
    + Quality of sound of the drum machine
    + Effects of mastering correct
    + Makes entire pieces (useful for demo example)


    -Simulations guitar amp rather caricatural
    -Tendency to saturate easily with simulations if you're the type to dominate your guitar strings (I play 1mm14 Tur…
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    It's been 3 years, I use very irregularly.

    I confess without having to buy too ask me a question, I was misinformed on the net.

    Multitrack Recorder +
    + Recording tracks with simultaneous viewing pre-recorded tracks
    + Fully programmable Drum machines not measure the full extent of a piece
    + Ability to use virtual tracks to submix them, so consider its four tracks as 32 (8 virtual tracks per track)
    + Quality of sound of the drum machine
    + Effects of mastering correct
    + Makes entire pieces (useful for demo example)


    -Simulations guitar amp rather caricatural
    -Tendency to saturate easily with simulations if you're the type to dominate your guitar strings (I play 1mm14 Turtle)
    -SD Card supplied too small to record even one piece
    -Too complex to eventually use it to save a little riff musical genre notepad
    Low-volume to save without saturation (I suggest you put a little bit of audacity compressor on the track once recorded)

    Great value for money, cheapest in its class, but if you register with their own amps rather than simulations, then a result of expectations (at the same time it's Roland-Boss, so the quality )

    Hint: in the manual they state that the unit is compatible with SD cards up to 1GB, but it was in relation to the cards released at the time of the device, today it supports 2GB easily see one.
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  • Deuf35Deuf35

    Small, simple, effective!

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 07/29/12 at 04:55
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    1 / I use this 4pistes since 4 years already! I used to save a lot of composting!
    I used it as a solution for a long time "recording / mixing / mastering" and now I'm using that recording, I export the tracks. Wav and I do the rest via Cubase.
    (The sound is audible on my myspace)

    2 / qualities, faults!
    The +:
    - Good sound effects made guitar / bass in the clear
    - Easy handling, allows mobility thanks to its small size!
    - Ability to record in stereo
    - Ability to "bounce" tracks to compensate for the fact that it only comes out four independent tracks
    - The sound of the drum machine

    THE -:
    - No simultaneous recording of several instruments
    - I find the overdrive guit…
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    1 / I use this 4pistes since 4 years already! I used to save a lot of composting!
    I used it as a solution for a long time "recording / mixing / mastering" and now I'm using that recording, I export the tracks. Wav and I do the rest via Cubase.
    (The sound is audible on my myspace)

    2 / qualities, faults!
    The +:
    - Good sound effects made guitar / bass in the clear
    - Easy handling, allows mobility thanks to its small size!
    - Ability to record in stereo
    - Ability to "bounce" tracks to compensate for the fact that it only comes out four independent tracks
    - The sound of the drum machine

    THE -:
    - No simultaneous recording of several instruments
    - I find the overdrive guitar effects quality well below the clean sounds ...
    - No XLR Input: I use a mixer to record voice
    - The SD card comes with is too small! 128MB rarely enough to record a whole song
    - No AC adapter in the box with purchase (must be provided with rechargeable batteries!)
    - The screen is not too big, and you can not view the tracks as computer ... but hey, this is a matter of habit after.

    3 / In conclusion, it is still a great product with a very good value for money.
    I had not tried other 4Ps at the time, but I do not regret having started on the micro BR.
    Today, I'd rather an audio interface and a 4-track Cubase (I no longer need the effects that it offers 4P, since I now have my own pedalboard).
    It must be said that at the time, I had no computer performance ...
    However, as the first recording interface, I highly recommend this Boss Micro BR! Because basically there is almost everything in it!
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  • Anonymous

    More Top that!

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 07/15/12 at 02:07
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    Hello,

    It's been several days since I use and I am very pleasantly surprised.

    First the grip is really damn good, menus are logical in relation to the buttons themselves are really well placed.
    I may not be a good example because I am a computer so I can adapt and I saw some other opinions or galéraient and had resold the BR as too complicated.

    Just read the doc for a few minutes early and some features like loops come naturally.
    Manage songs, and tracks TRACKS main and virtual is just super easy because logic.


    The big surprise is rhythmic arrangements that can be created to make songs such INTRO / VERSE / transistion / CHORUS / VERSE / END.

    However you must know the bas…
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    Hello,

    It's been several days since I use and I am very pleasantly surprised.

    First the grip is really damn good, menus are logical in relation to the buttons themselves are really well placed.
    I may not be a good example because I am a computer so I can adapt and I saw some other opinions or galéraient and had resold the BR as too complicated.

    Just read the doc for a few minutes early and some features like loops come naturally.
    Manage songs, and tracks TRACKS main and virtual is just super easy because logic.


    The big surprise is rhythmic arrangements that can be created to make songs such INTRO / VERSE / transistion / CHORUS / VERSE / END.

    However you must know the basics one can measures, times, finally What music ;)

    So to summarize:

    Qualities:

    Perfect sound quality for an amateur (no breath no background noise)
    Easy handling with the doc and quite logical
    Fifth track with rhythmic arrangements customizable

    Defects:

    Screen minimalist, no pattern as numbers (measures time ...) together to better spend on Cubase on PC :)

    Impossible (for now as a few hours of testing) to copy songs from a song but to no bp TRACK TRACK.

    Even in 2012 for an old model is the top.
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  • dafonkdafonk

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 11/22/06 at 05:02
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    Jack and connector Stereo mini-jack, USB to PC transfer.
    The data are stored on a 128 MB SD card supplied
    You can record two tracks simultanmment.

    Gnrale configuration is very simple.
    The usual functions are easily accessible, I have a piece and settings enregoistrer effect in 5 minutes.
    The manual is clear, but TRS in English.

    The converters are transparent to my ear.
    The effects are not bad, more than paramtrables PXR4, for example, the phaser can rgler (rate, depth, Manual, resonance).
    The dynamics of the game is repection dasn possible, it is not an amp lamp either.

    I use it for one day.
    I like its size, intuitive, its good effects, rhythm patterns incorporated th…
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    Jack and connector Stereo mini-jack, USB to PC transfer.
    The data are stored on a 128 MB SD card supplied
    You can record two tracks simultanmment.

    Gnrale configuration is very simple.
    The usual functions are easily accessible, I have a piece and settings enregoistrer effect in 5 minutes.
    The manual is clear, but TRS in English.

    The converters are transparent to my ear.
    The effects are not bad, more than paramtrables PXR4, for example, the phaser can rgler (rate, depth, Manual, resonance).
    The dynamics of the game is repection dasn possible, it is not an amp lamp either.

    I use it for one day.
    I like its size, intuitive, its good effects, rhythm patterns incorporated the VBAC DIFFERENT kits (STD1, STD2, ROOM, HEAVY, JAZZ, HOUSE, HIP-HOP, 808)
    I had a korg PXR4 before buying.
    The report is excellent qulitprix
    I would do without this choice hsiter, just a lack of regret for the octave and Pitchshifter, and loss of function compared to precout PXR4.
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  • NecroSadoNecroSado

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 12/02/06 at 04:27
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    <ul>
    Input Jack 1 / 4 (Guitar or Bass), Microphone, Input 1 / 8 (stereo).
    SDCard uses specific brand (128MB included)
    Can play the 4 track simultaneous (in addition to built-beatbox)
    </ul>

    <ul>
    Many options compared to the number of buttons (inevitable given the size)
    Main functions accessible
    Full manual type "For Dummies" (also inevitable given the size of the screen)
    You quickly get used to the operation.
    </ul>

    <ul>
    The microphone is very convenient and strength can be adjusted.
    Many effects, but they are not configurable. (This is not the goal anyway)
    Many beat of drums included, but again, it seems impossible to create new ones.
    Must rewind to each record
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    <ul>
    Input Jack 1 / 4 (Guitar or Bass), Microphone, Input 1 / 8 (stereo).
    SDCard uses specific brand (128MB included)
    Can play the 4 track simultaneous (in addition to built-beatbox)
    </ul>

    <ul>
    Many options compared to the number of buttons (inevitable given the size)
    Main functions accessible
    Full manual type "For Dummies" (also inevitable given the size of the screen)
    You quickly get used to the operation.
    </ul>

    <ul>
    The microphone is very convenient and strength can be adjusted.
    Many effects, but they are not configurable. (This is not the goal anyway)
    Many beat of drums included, but again, it seems impossible to create new ones.
    Must rewind to each record
    </ul>

    I use it myself only last a day, but I am already very comfortable with the operation. I bought it to help me cope, and it succeeded very well.

    I like the microphone, I can turn down the volume of the entrance so as not to "peek" during practice with my band (its hard), or up to record my voice through the microphone at the same time as the guitar input jack 1 / 4.

    Indeed one can record with 2 inputs at once (like guitar and vocals), but it will not be recorded on two different track but on a track that mixes the two entries. It is of course possible to adjust the volume of each of the tracks.

    To the beats of drum integrated, there are several but not really for playing death / black metal, not even a blast beat, which is a small negative since it is what I play. I will happily solve this problem by importing a drum track to a computer through its USB port. There is just the metronome works with all styles. We can adjust the speed of it.

    I bring my band practices, he entered very easily into my jacket pocket with his little leather case, and returned home I could easily compose and repeat.

    Other negative points, it looks very fragile and dirty with each use. And the batteries last only 2-3 hours, so I advise you to buy a power cord.

    I also have a computer with a sound card Delta-66 (4in/4out), I wanted something more portable and can easily be used to hold the ideas on the fly, recording practices, and also call without disturbing person (with my headphones while my son sleeps, compared to playing on an amplifier with a microphone in front of my computer connected to ...).

    I think it is worth the investment, which incidentally is not that high.

    I read half the book, and I already found it worthwhile.
    Given the reason for my purchase, I am fully satisfied!
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  • SylvainMachSylvainMach

    Boss Micro BR Digital RecorderPublished on 12/05/06 at 13:15
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    The doc says the 1GB SD cards max, I put a 2GB to see, and it works!

    A quick read of the manual in English and we understand the operation, then it is fairly intuitive. However, I did not start in trying to multi-track with effects. I bought it mainly for recording MP3, the media (SD), and the repeat region TimeStretching +

    I listened to the rhythms of curiosity, the sound is very good.

    - I use it for 2 hours :-)
    - Before, I had an Archos that recorded on hard disk, large consumer of batteries ...
    - What I love most: the screen is very readable! Minimum: hard to make a mp3 player, it is necessary (according to doc) files have 8 characters in length plus 3 for the extension MP3 …
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    The doc says the 1GB SD cards max, I put a 2GB to see, and it works!

    A quick read of the manual in English and we understand the operation, then it is fairly intuitive. However, I did not start in trying to multi-track with effects. I bought it mainly for recording MP3, the media (SD), and the repeat region TimeStretching +

    I listened to the rhythms of curiosity, the sound is very good.

    - I use it for 2 hours :-)
    - Before, I had an Archos that recorded on hard disk, large consumer of batteries ...
    - What I love most: the screen is very readable! Minimum: hard to make a mp3 player, it is necessary (according to doc) files have 8 characters in length plus 3 for the extension MP3 ... my only regret is compared to the archos
    - The price / quality ratio I think is excellent, less expensive than other recorders (including mini-discs) and interesting features.
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