The R24 synchronization system generates a clock signal based on USB data transmission timing.(*1) Two units can be synchronized by connecting another R24 or an R16 by USB and making one unit the USB host device and the other the USB slave device. Used together, they form a recording system with up to 16 tracks of simultaneous recording and 48 tracks of simultaneous playback.(*2)
(*1) : Synchronization precision is accurate to about 1 to 2 msec.
(*2) : When using an R16 as the second unit, 16 tracks of simultaneous recording and 40 tracks of simultaneous playback are possible.
|The built-in high-sensitivity stereo mic pair is handy for quickly recording phrases and melody ideas as they come to mind. Vocals and acoustic instruments can be captured with excellent clarity.|
|The DSP effects, which include 150 types and 390 patches, can be used for recording, mixing and mastering. Three types of effects―the insert effect and the two send-return effects―can all be used at the same time. You can achieve a powerful amp sound just by connecting a guitar or bass directly to the R24 and using one of the 18 types of guitar amp models or 6 types of bass amp models that have been brought straight from our best-selling G2nu effects unit. You can also use the 8xCOMP EQ effect, which lets you apply compression and EQ to eight channels simultaneously.|
|The R24’s built-in tuner is great for quickly tuning instruments and checking the pitches of vocals. The metronome can provide a click track for a drummer during recording and is also useful during instrument practice. The metronome sound can also be sent just to the headphones. During a live performance, this allows you to play along with a backing track previously recorded on the R24.|
|Set up to 100 markers and directly move to them whenever you want. Other convenient functions for editing include A-B repeat playback of a designated interval and auto punch-in and punch-out.|
|The R24 can handle a variety of input sources. The unit is equipped with 8 input jacks that accept both XLR and standard phone connectors, including 6 that can supply phantom power, allowing the use of multiple condenser microphones for serious multi-mic recording. Use the channel with a Hi-Z switch to input electric guitars, basses and other high impedance instruments.|
|The R24 utilizes compact and readily-available SD and SDHC memory cards as recording media. Unlike tape and disc recorders, this unit has no motor, making it more resistant to external vibrations and eliminating concerns about mechanical noise.|
|The R24 USB 2.0 Hi-Speed port allows WAV files recorded by the R24 to be transferred to a computer quickly and easily. Computer-based tasks, such as editing audio with DAW software, creating original CDs and importing WAV files, can be integrated into your music production.|
|USB flash drive or large-capacity external hard disk drive can be plugged into the R24’s USB host port. This lets you distribute recordings to band members after a rehearsal and make backups of recordings without a computer.|
|The R24 can be powered using either the included AC adapter or six AA batteries. One set of batteries will last for about four and a half hours, providing lots of time for location recording. When using the audio interface and control surface functions, another option is to power the unit from the computer’s USB bus.|
|Cubase LE is a powerful music production system with recording, editing, and mixing functions for both audio and MIDI. It uses the same audio engine as the full version of Cubase, which has won multiple awards, and provides a great introduction to computer-based music production.|
UVP: 593,81 €