pro .wav/mp3 player

Discussion in 'Location Recording' started by jhagertybhs, Oct 22, 2007.

  1. jhagertybhs

    jhagertybhs Guest

    I am a member of Southern Gospel Trio and we use tracks for performance. Right now were using minidisc but are considering upgrading to something hard drive. I have seen many groups using a (pardon my ignorance) a white, table top, apparently hard drive audio player with a remote. Could someone educate me as to what this might be? Also, any suggestions for something better than minidisc? Thanks!!
     
  2. sheet

    sheet Well-Known Member

    What you are talking about is this:

    http://www.360systems.com/docs/prod_ir_main.html

    This is the new version. The old version was all white. This is RAM based. It does NOT play from a hard-drive, making it WAAAY more reliable.

    360 Systems is a staple for your industry. It is also used heavily in broadcasting as well.
     
  3. bent

    bent No Bad Vibes! Well-Known Member

    At my job we use the 360's for incidental track playback and short BGM loops. When we need background and sweetener tracks we go with Roland DR16s (we used to use Otari 8 track reels!).

    Also, for CD / MP3 playback, we have the Denon 635 CD/MP3 players.
    They are pretty rugged, after you remove the cheap plastic track select knob, that is.
     

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