Reloop has announced Tape, a digital recording USB device with the retro design of the mixtape.
With Tape, there are 3 basic steps: Step 1. Connect your USB drive. Step 2. Connect your mixer and input cable. Step 3. Press the Record button.
Your mixes are recorded in digital MP3 format onto a USB drive. There's no need to burn the recording - you can simply pass it on to friends or feed it directly to your media player. Thanks to the phono/line switch including a GND grounding post, digitalizing your vinyl classics is also possible. Mixers that do not feature a separate record output can be connected as Reloop has included a smart thru port which routes the signal to the amplifier or speakers.
Status LEDs keep you informed about the active power supply, whether a USB storage device is connected, current recordings, and whether the incoming levels are in the green or not.
Reloop Tape will be available in January 2013.
Head to the Reloop website for more details.
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