Alesis has introduced the iO Mix, a new docking station that turns your iPad into a 4-Channel recording studio. The Alesis iO Mix lets you mix and record four channels of audio directly into GarageBand or other compatible Core Audio apps, turning the iPad into a multitouch portable studio. Around the back, iO Mix lets you connect [...]
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Alesis has introduced the TwoTrack portable audio recorder, which runs on two AA batteries and captures 16-bit 44.1 stereo audio. Alesis TwoTrack Features: High-quality stereo recording for any application Two condenser microphones in XY configuration for optimal spatial imaging Small, portable, and ergonomic design fits in virtually any bag Simple controls and backlit LCD for use [...]
Patrick Norton and Veronica Belmont take a look at some of the best podcasting microphones under $100. Veronica’s picks include the Alesis USB Mic Podcasting Kit, the Marshall Electronics MXL Studio 1 USB and the Blue Microphones Snowball USB. These are all popular choices for podcasting mics and you’ll get good results if you record [...]
AlesisÂ Product Specialist Rob Bachi runs through the features of the iMultiMix 16 USB, a 16-channel USB mixer that features a built-in iPod dock for your iPod. The mixer’s iPod integration could be a nice feature for people doing podcasting. Alesis has smaller versions of the iMultiMix available, too, with fewer channels. If you’ve used the [...]
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 [...]
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.
Alesis product Specialist Rob Bachi gives a quick overview of the Alesis MultiPort iPod Mixer – a device that lets you use your iPod as a fairly sophisticated audio recorder.
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 [...]
At the 2009 Winter NAMM Show,Â AlesisÂ announced that itsÂ iMultiMix 16 USB mixerÂ is now available. The mixer is a “prosumer” level mixer that offers professional recording direct to iPod.Â iMultiMix 16 USB features a Universal Dock for iPod that let you record directly to any iPod Classic, 5th generation (video) and 2nd or 3rd generation iPod nano. [...]