Tascam add to their ‘Model’ series of hybrid mixers with the Model 12. We were excited to get our hands on a pre-production model and take our first look at this versatile compact mixer. Stay tuned for more videos. Features Include: 6 TASCAM Ultra-HDDA mic
Noisegate recently ran a Livestream for Source Audio’s launch in Australia and Tascam’s new VSR264 Livestream AV encoder/decoder was the heart of the production. The VSR264 is a professional streaming unit the encodes and decodes audio and video together for a variety of streaming platforms
We take a look and compare some of the latest hybrid mixers in the Tascam Model 24 and the Korg MW-2408 & Zoom L-20
Tascam have added a third member, the Model 12, to their fantastic Model range of Mixer/Interfaces/Recorders, joining the bigger Model 16 and Model 24. The new unit offers a very similar look and feature set to its bigger siblings in a more compact package —
A handheld recorder has got to be one of the most versatile recording devices on the block. Portable, battery-powered, offering high-quality audio capture and can be used for a wide variety of recording purposes. From recording interviews, live gigs, to DJ sets, foley for film
Overnight Japanese manufacturer Tascam, announced a little brother to their popular retro-styled Model 24 called the Model 16. It’s identical in function to the 24, with some minor tweaks and (predictably) scaled down to 16-track format. The added side benefit of the scale-down is that
Anyone remotely familiar with handheld recorders for field and video audio capture will likely know of Tascam’s DR series of recorders. Having just released three new models this year dubbed DRX, Tascam has kindly given us these models to have an exclusive look at. The
We were a bit stunned when we first saw pictures of the Tascam Model 24 multi-track live recording console. Wooden side panels! Gain pots! Analogue EQ! And it looks sooooo 70s! After the shock of the retro cool wore off, we dug into the specs.