Recorders/Multitracks user reviews

  • Yamaha AW16G

    Yamaha AW16G - FP User's review


    20 gigabyte hard drive, CDRW drive standard in USA, recall scenes, graphical wave form editing, timestretching, sample pads, digital io, can save your tracks as wav files via the CDRW drive and transfer to your computer for can c…

  • Yamaha AW2816

    Yamaha AW2816 - FP User's review


    Everything on this unit is doing what it is supposed to do, and more!!! Price paid $1999.00 UTILIZATION Everything is Self-explanatory! If you can read, you be a master at digital recording and producing! It is easily portable and not too big! A…

  • Yamaha AW4416

    Yamaha AW4416 - FP User's review


    It depends of what for you want to use this machine; if you want to use it like a stand alone gear to record, mix and burn, it's perfect if you want to use it like a mixer, and have the possibilitie to route many output signals, it' a little hard; yo…

  • Denon Professional DN-C550R

    Denon Professional DN-C550R - FP User's review


    The I/O options are good, but questionable. Has balanced XLR analog in, but no output on the same format. No AES/EBU. Otherwise, everything I need to maste with and create dups in the studio. Price paid 799 The quality of the converter with audio …

  • Yamaha MT4X

    Yamaha MT4X - mateopero's review


    This unit was offered to me in January '98. It cost about $600 back then. Up to then, I did two-track DIY recordings with two tape recorders (the first playing back the rhythm section next to the mic of the second while I recorded vocals and lead gu…

  • Fostex MR-16 HD

    Fostex MR-16 HD - dannyv's review


    It is a 16-track recorder which comes with 8 tracks for recording and 4 stereo tracks for bouncing. There are four XLR/1/4in inputs which is usually more than enough to record something. The only time I ever felt like I needed more was for recording …

  • Roland VS-1880

    Roland VS-1880 - songboy's review


    Going in there are 6 1/4" jacks (7 if you count the guitar hi-z, but if you use that, you can't use the 6th connection) and 2 XLR jacks with optional phantom power (nice!). It is a 24 bit sampler. You can store your files on an upgradeable int…

  • Roland VS8F-2

    Roland VS8F-2 - RickD's review


    - What are the effects, or types of effects available? Reverb, delay, chorus, RSS, speaker amp & mic simulations, mastering tool kits, compressor, limiter, flanger, phaser, distortion, panner, robot fx...and some more...EQ... - What technology is us…

  • Roland VS-2480 CD

    Roland VS-2480 CD - RickD's review


    - What connection types are there(analog, digital, MIDI)? Too many to mention! Very complete though! 8 XLR in & 8 TRS jacks in, i think, plus high impedance in, 2 phones out with individual volume & monitoring volume too, TRS jacks out, digital in & …

  • Pioneer CT-W803RS

    Pioneer CT-W803RS - RickD's review


    - For how long have you been using it? I've had it for about 10 years, but haven't really used it for at least 5. - What thing do you like most/least about it? Most: it's probably the best you get without going into digital noise reduction, which ca…