Record stereo or 4-capsule omni audio directly to an SD card with the pocket-sized PalmTrack. Recording with the PalmTrack is easy and flexible. Monitor while recording on headphones and watch the real-time level meters, or use Auto Mic Gain. Connect the PalmTrack to your Mac or PC with its mini USB jack or insert the SD card into your computer's SD card slot or reader. Choose 44.1- and 48kHz sample rates, select an MP3 bit rate from 64 to 320 kbps for max recording time, or uncompressed 16/24-bit WAV for broadcast-quality recording. The PalmTrack has four onboard mics—select two for stereo, four for omni pickup or plug your mic into the 1/8-inch mic input or any line-level source into its 1/8-inch line input. Onboard signal processing includes chorus, pitch shift, delay, reverb, a tuner and an MP3 voice canceling to remove vocals from MP3s.
NAMM Booth: #6400
Olympus LS-11 linear PCM recorder. 8GB internal memory, 23 hours battery life, index markers, voice syncro.
NAMM Booth: #6909
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Primera Technology BravoPro Xi Series Disc Publishers
BravoPro Xi-Series Disc Publishers are new and improved versions of Primera''s BravoPro Disc Publishers. With their built-in recorders, direct-to-disc printing and high-speed robotics, these desktop units automate the process of making quantities of CDs and DVDs.
NAMM Booth: #1469
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Sony PCM-M10 Recorder
The Sony PCM-M10 is a palm-sized compact recorder featuring electret condenser stereo mics, USB port (Mac/PC), 4GB internal flash memory, 96kHz/24-bit capability and a microSD/Memory Stick Micro (M2) slot. Other features include a built-in speaker, cross-memory recording, digital pitch control, digital limiter, low-cut filter, track mark functions, a 5-second pre-recording buffer and A/B repeat capability. The PCM-M10 comes supplied with Sound Forge Audio Studio Recorder Edition software.
NAMM Booth: #6214
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Tascam HS-P82 Portable Recorder
The HS-P82 from Tascam is a high-quality, 8-track digital field recorder for music, TV and film production. Features include eight mic preamps, XLR inputs, eight AES/EBU inputs and outputs (DB-25 connector) and recording with timecode up to 96kHz/24-bit (8-track) or 4-track at 192kHz/24-bit. In addition to the eight independent channels, a stereo mix can also be recorded for a total of 10 channels. The unit has no moving parts, using dual Compact Flash slots for recording with backup. The HS-P82 is housed in an aluminum chassis with a TFT color touchscreen. Power options include AA batteries (x10), NP type, AC adapter, external DC input and optional V-mount adaptor for Endura batteries.
NAMM Booth: #6491
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Tascam BB-800 SD Recorder
The BB-800 portable SD recorder is built to make recording portable and simple. Four mics record to SD Card media at CD or MP3-quality, and a pair of XLR inputs is also available for using external mics. The BB-1000CD offers uncompressed recording SD Card as WAV or MP3 files. The recorder can blend two mics on the front of the unit, two mics on the rear and a pair of XLR mic inputs with phantom power as the recording source. Tracks can be played through the built-in speaker system, and looped and slowed down without changing the pitch. The built-in tuner and metronome provide audio/visual feedback for practicing students. AA batteries power the unit or use the included power supply. The BB-800 also includes a wireless remote for starting the recording from anywhere onstage.
NAMM Booth: #6491
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Yamaha Pocketrak C24, W24
The C24 24-bit/96kHz portable recorder includes an omnidirectional microphone, a mounting adaptor and is the only portable recorder that is light enough to attach to a mic or music stand. It is also the only portable recorder that plugs directly into a USB port, eliminating the need for an extra cable. The W24 comes with a wireless remote controller and a Scene Memory function, which automatically recalls the settings for a particular recording session or location. It also records for 27 hours in MP3 mode. Both models come with a metronome, an instrument tuner, 2 GB of internal memory (with the ability to expand the memory with mini-SD memory cards), a peak limiter and highpass filter. The Speed Change function speeds up or slows down MP3 playback without changing pitch. Hall A, Booth #6528
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Zoom R16 Recorder/Interface/Controller
This full-featured digital recorder from Zoom offers 16-track playback and 8-track simultaneous recording utilizing Secure Digital SDHC memory (up to 32GB). Converters offer 24-bit/48kHz WAV format recording via built-in stereo condenser microphones or eight mic inputs/two outputs (8x2). Also standard is a Hi-Z input, Mackie Control emulation and 100 built-in studio effects, guitar amp simulations and effects models. The R16 runs on battery or USB power, comes with Steinberg Cubase LE 4 and supports Windows XP/Vista and Mac operating systems.
NAMM Booth: #5940
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Zoom Q3 Handy Video Recorder
The Q3 records stereo sound with two condenser microphones, which allow users to capture crystal-clear HD audio with their movies. The ability to capture audio at 24-bit/48kHz is especially important for users planning to upload their footage to video share sites like YouTube, which compress video but now allow files with stereo audio at 44.1 kHz CD quality. Powered by two AA batteries, the Q3 will record for up to two hours in true stereo and clear 640x480 resolution refreshed at 30 frames per second. The Q3 features a brilliant 2.4-inch 320x240-resolution LCD that displays audio level meters, a battery indicator and time elapsed. The Q3 accepts up to a 32GB SDHC card to deliver up to 16 hours of movie-making capacity. Users can easily upload videos to a computer with the clever, flexible USB cable for immediate editing and sharing.
NAMM Booth: #5954
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