“The DM-Recorder significantly eases working together on the Internet. For instance, to work with a vocalist online all they need now is a microphone and audio interface”, explains Digital Musician Managing Director Hans-Jörg Bordin. “The integrated video chat allows producers to coach their artists as they would in a studio. Data exchange, even large files, is intuitively handled by the programme.
Data limits commonly imposed by Email accounts and time-consuming ftp transfers are a thing of the past.”
The DM-Recorder is a 16 track audio recorder for live or time- delayed recording with several partners using an Internet broadband connection. Project owners can allocate single tracks to members of a joint project. The project’s audio files can be securely swapped and stored on a central server allowing all involved to work with their own files independently. Takes can be recorded in real-time with two instances of the DM-Recorder using DM-Link technology. With the software’s integrated talkback and videoconference system, producers can coach their artists as if they were recording in a “real” studio.
The DM-Recorder works in Rewire mode (master and slave) and can be run parallel with Ableton Live 4, Reason, ProTools , Logic and Cubase. Tracks can be swapped to and from other audio applications using drag and drop
The DM-Recorder is a stand-alone complete recording application for Windows XP, Vista and Mac OS X. The only requirements needed are a free digitalmusician.net account and a broadband Internet connection.
A public beta version of the DM-Recorder is immediately available for registered users as a free download on www.digitalmusician.net