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simple 1/2 channel recorder

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21 years 2 months
Does anyone have a simple system they can recommend for recording maybe 1 or 2 tracks to some sort of hard-disk/flash based recorder? It's a line-level source from band practice. I don't need high quality, just something to keep track of that new song/riff you came up with, or maybe something to stream on a website.

I do have a laptop w/ a usb interface that works great, but it's pretty bulky and fragile. It's just a pain to drag to practice. Some of those little 8-track recorders are just overkill for what I want...

So, has anyone been using something that works great for you and is cost effective (under $100 or so hopefully)?

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16 years 9 months

pr0gr4m Thu, 03/23/2006 - 13:00
cassette? MiniDisc? Many of the portable hard disc MP3 type devices also do recording...and some of them allow you to record in a couple different formats.

For that purpose I bought a portable Minidisc recorder. The unit I have was released before they had the technology to record wav files but it's great for recording a whole band rehearsal. It lasts forever on a single AA battery and I can index everything. It also has an autoindex feature where it will put a marker in every 5 minutes or so. With that, i just hit record and record us for like 2 hours. Then I can use the indexes to find the "good stuff".

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