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 Mackie MDR24/96 At a Glance  
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arrowReleased: 2001  arrowVersion: 0.00
arrowRated: 9.0/10arrow User reviews: (1)
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The new MDR24/96 is Mackie’s price-busting commitment to nonlinear hard disk recording. For the first time recordist or those replacing aging ADAT®s, the MDR24/96 is the perfect choice.

Ready to go right out of the box with 24 channels of analog I/O, the MDR24/96’s familiar tape recorder style controls and simple operation will have folks up and recording in no time. Low-cost removable recording and backup drives make saving and storing projects a breeze.

Non-linear recording is nondestructive and uses drive space more efficiently than linear or “tape mode” hard disk recorders. Basic cut, copy, and paste editing is done using the MDR24/96’s front panel controls right out of the box. With 999 Undos, creativity comes without risk.

The MDR24/96 is equally powerful for pro users. Combined with the HDR24/96 Recorder/Editor and Remote 48 controller, the MDR24/96 is the perfect 24-track slave at a very low cost. Multi-room studios can install MDR24/96’s in the ‘B’ and ‘C’ rooms and edit those projects on an HDR24/96 in the ‘A’ room.

Good Points
Relatively low cost, hi- resolution recording. Switch it on and go - you don't have to get into setting up a computer etc to make it work. Easily transported.
Bad Points
Some might not find it as flexable as a CPU based recording solution.
 

 Mackie MDR24/96 Specifications:

Digital IOs:
various optional
Analog IOs:
24
Other IOs:
SMPTE, wordclock
Max tracks: 24 real, 192 virtual
Maximum Resolution:24bit/96kHz
Upgrades/Extras:
many i/o options - adat, tdif, AES, backup drive

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