Alesis Product Specialist Rob Bachi gives an overview of the Alesis ProTrack at the 2009 NAMM Show. The Alesis ProTrack is a $200 gadget turns your iPod into a digital audio recorder.Â You can record 16-bit, 44.1kHz or 22kHz stereo digital audio without connecting any additional equipment, using ProTrack’s onboard pair of cardioid condenser microphones. The […]
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At the 2009 NAMM Show, Alesis introduced theirÂ USB Recording Kit – a kit that puts together Alesis mics, monitors and an audio interface to make a relatively cheap (approx. $260) project recording studio. The video above is Alesis’ intro video from the show.Â Details on the Alesis USB Recording Kit below.
Podcasting gear update: Tascam’s Johnny DeLeon gives an overview of theÂ TASCAM DP-004 Digital Pocketstudio at the 2009 NAMM Show. TASCAM’s DP-004 Digital Pocketstudio is a portable digital audio recorder that can record two sources at once to the included 1GB SD Card. It retails for about $200. Details below.
At the Winter NAMM Show, Primacoustic announced the Machine Room computer silencer; a $699 fan-cooled enclosure designed to quiet down computers in recording studios, broadcast facilities and post production suites. The Machine Room features three chambers that work together to handle the task. At the bottom rear, cool air is sucked into the Machine Room […]
Primacoustic has announced the FlexiBooth, aÂ $399 cupboard shaped acoustical device designed to turn any room into a functional voice-over booth by simply opening the doors. “With most studio production moving out of large commercial spaces into smaller and more affordable self-contained rooms, incorporating a traditional vocal booth within a room is becoming increasingly difficult […]
Â At theÂ 2009 Winter NAMM Show, a convention that focuses on music and audio technology,Â AlesisÂ announced theirÂ USB Recording Kit, an all-in-one computer-recording system. The USB Recording Kit lets youÂ connect the pair of AM2 condenser microphones to the iO|2 digital-audio interface to record stereo audio, using the included Steinberg Cubase LE 4 digital audio workstation software. You […]
This week at the Winter 2009 NAMM Show, Podcasting News has been looking at bushels of different products for creating, editing, and publishing audio and video podcasts. One of the standouts of the show, however, wasn’t a brand new device. Berkley Integrated Audio Software (BIAS)) added its iProRecorder (App Store Link) application to the zillions […]
Podcasting News has been covering new digital media product launches at the NAMM Show for several years. This year, though, we’ve invited veteran podcaster and new media strategist Ron Ploof to give us his impressions of the show. Ron takes a look at TASCAM’s two handheld digital audio recorders, the full-featured DR-1 (retail $299) and […]
Another new Samson microphone at the 2009 NAMM Show that seemed like it might of interest to podcasters and other media creators was their Q2U mic. Already commercially available, the Q2U can be used as both a digital and an analog mic, depending on the needs of the particular situation. For instance, live sound (like […]
Podcasting News has been covering new digital media product launches at the NAMM Show for several years. This year, though, we’ve invited veteran podcaster and new media strategist Ron Ploof to give us his impressions of the show. Here, Ron talks with Dave Dysart ofÂ HHB Communications. HHB has an interesting microphone, the DRM H85, that […]