Mackie Anounce 96k/24bit stand alone 24 track HDR


Mackie Anounce 96k/24bit stand alone 24 track HDR

The HDR24/96 combines a high-precision recording system with robust, intuitive editing software -- just plug in an SVGA monitor, mouse and keyboard directly into the rear panel ports to start slipping tracks and making crossfades. There's never been a system like the HDR24/96 at anywhere near its remarkably affordable price.
  • 24 tracks; 192 virtual takes 44.1 and 48kHz sampling rates;
  • *96kHz with software update
  • 20 GB Ultra-DMA IDE built-in drive for 100+ minutes of 24-tk recording at 48kHz sampling rate
  • Extra drive bay holds Kingston-style Ultra-DMA IDE hard drives
  • Use standalone or directly link to the Digital 8•Bus
  • Optional remotes available
  • Full-feature editor requires no external computer — plug an SVGA monitor, mouse and keyboard right into the HDR24/96!
  • On-screen graphic interface handles all recorder parameters;
  • continuously scrolling track waveforms and variable 1X, 2X, 4X, 8X, 24X track displays
  • Intuitive editing software with drag-and-drop crossfades and regions plus track slip, audio phase inversion, waveform reversal, normalization, pitch-shifting, time compression and expansion
  • Import tempo maps
  • Sync & edit to SMPTE and MIDI (Bars/Beats/Ticks) time code
  • Internal, Word Clock, SMPTE,
  • Black Burst, NTSC & PAL sync
  • Detailed front panel display with scrolling menus
  • Familiar analog recorder monitoring modes
  • Optional SCSI port for external back-up devices
  • 100 Mbit Ethernet connection
  • 3.5-inch drive bay for importing tempo maps and software upgrades
  • Foot switch jack for punch-ins
  • Card bay accepts all Digital 8•Bus I/O cards including AIO•8 analog, DIO•8 digital, PDI•8
  • AES/EBU digital or new Optical•8 24-bit light pipe digital. Cards can be mixed and matched

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