Tascam 414MKII (Multitrack Recorders)
In Stock. The 414mkII Portastudio is ideal for newcomers or those experienced in multitrack recording, packing high-end features into a convenient, compact and economical package. A high-speed transport, combined with Hi & Low EQ and dbx noise reduction means great sound. For convenience, there are also 2 XLR microphone inputs, and a 1/4" HiZ guitar input. Use it for demos, as a portable sketch pad, or for practicing recording techniques.
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it before, in a preuoivs comment here, having a day job and all, music does not come first as I'd like it to be, especially when it comes to the budget. I usually wait a long while between the time I decide to buy something and the time I buy it. I usually wait for the price to drop or for a second-hand deal. I also tend to buy all-in-one gadgets. And when If-only-I-had-a thoughts start to sneak in, I remind myself of the Eurythmics' Chalk Farm studio where they had nothing but an 8-track recorder, a few dynamic (!!) mics, and a some of the cheapest synths and drum machines that were around at the time. And still they managed to create one of the albums that influenced me the most: Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) .Oh, and one more thought process you mentioned that deserves a post of its own: I will never sound like you don't need to sound like anyone but yourself. http://bgmbygdtpme.com [url=http://ufptmc.com]ufptmc[/url] [link=http://bzcxvvik.com]bzcxvvik[/link]
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