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Recorders/Multitracks user reviews

  • Endless Analog CLASP

    Endless Analog CLASP - moosers's review


    The Endless Analog CLASP (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) is a revolutionary device that allows you to sync up your tape machine and DAW like Pro Tools. The studio that I work at literally just got one of these, and let me tell you it is absolu…

  • Alesis HD24

    Alesis HD24 - "Very good product."


    Analog: Balanced in & out jacks, 24 tracks Digital: 3 x 8 ADAT TOS-Link channels Ethernet: RJ45 10/100 Media: IDE HDD 24 bits/44.1/48KHz. There also exists a 88.2/96 KHz model. Alesis Sub D 9-pin sync. 24 simultaneous tracks. Projects for 6/12…

  • Alesis HD24

    Alesis HD24 - "A product without competition in its category"


    Digital and analog It records onto hard disks (40, 80 gb or more), 2 hot-swappable caddies. 16 bits and 24 bits / 44.100 and 48.000 Khz (there's a more expensive 96.000 version, too) It can take all sort of mics, but consider a preamp for +48V. 8…

  • Tascam CD-RW700

    Tascam CD-RW700 - moosers's review


    The Tascam CD-RW700 is a discontinued CD recorder. CD recorders like this aren't really necessary in the world of Digital Audio Workstations, but the professional studio that I work at still has one of these set up, and I would think that you'll fin…

  • Zoom H2

    Zoom H2 - "Zoom H2"


    It's a complete kit, with the recorder, stand, microphone stand, A/C adapter, pop filter, carrying case, headphones, USB cable, and a 1 GB SD card to store your songs. Also, the headphones that come with it are decent. I use it to record samples …

  • Boss BR-600 Digital Recorder

    Boss BR-600 Digital Recorder - "Boss BR-600"


    This compact 8-track digital recorder (about 10x7x1) comes in a gray finish. I bought it about three years ago. It was my first taste of home recording, so I was looking for something comprehensive but still user friendly. The unit includes a drum m…

  • Panasonic SV-3700

    Panasonic SV-3700 - moosers's review


    The Panasonic SV-3700 is a professional DAT (digital audio tape). I haven't done very much recording at all with anything other than a computer based digital system, but have used the SV-3700 a few times, mostly just for testing old DAT tapes and se…

  • Tascam DR-07

    Tascam DR-07 - "Tascam DR07 Digital Stereo Handheld"


    Playing in small ensembles, the DR07 looked like a useful practice and self-assessment device. This proved to be true ... and it doesn't cost much. Also, 'small ensemble' doesn't mean really 'loud blues-rock trio', so our stuff is not too challenging…

  • Tascam CD-RW2000 v3

    Tascam CD-RW2000 v3 - moosers's review


    The Tascam CD-RW 2000 V3 is a discontinued model of a CD recorder and player. It is designed for use in recording studios, although there isn't nearly as much need for something like this now as there was even ten years ago, so CD-RWs like this one …

  • Studer A820

    Studer A820 - moosers's review


    The Studer A820 is an analog multi-track tape machine.  The A820 is a 24 track machine, consisting of both the tape section itself and a portable controller.  While I'm not an expert with tape as it was a bit before my time, I have used the A820 on a…