MESSE05: New Korg Multitracker

Affordable 32 Track digital studio-in-a-box is launched      07/04/05
MESSE05: New Korg Multitracker


Korg have added to their range of all-in-one digital studios by unveiling their new D3200 Digital Recording Studio at the Frankfurt Messe. The company claim that the D3200 is the first 32-track digital recording studio designed to deliver professional quality at an affordable price.
Main Features
  • The recorder engine features uncompressed 24- or 16-bit recording / playback at 48 or 44.1 kHz, with up to 69-bit internal processing.
  • Record up to 272 tracks (including 8 virtual tracks per track), all with sophisticated digital editing functionality.
  • Record up to twelve tracks at once, using 12 balanced 1/4" inputs - 8 are also equipped with XLR inputs and individual phantom power. A convenient guitar input jack is also provided for guitarists.
  • The powerful, flexible 12 bus, 44-channel mixer offers a four-band EQ on channel 1 through 24, and a master four-band EQ as well.
  • Automated mixing lets you record and play back fader, pan and other mixer events. In addition, 100 scene memories provide more detailed automation. Mixer parameters may also be controlled via MIDI.
  • The Knob Matrix, ClickPoint, and cursor keys provide quick and intuitive operation. The high-resolution 320 x 240 pixel tilt-up LCD uses four-level grayscale shading and backlit illumination for enhanced visibility, providing a clear and easily understandable display.
  • Exclusive Session Drums feature works in conjunction with the Knob Matrix, allowing you to intuitively create realistic drum tracks.
  • A total of eleven high-quality effects can be used simultaneously as inserts, master, and final effects, and are easily controlled via the Knob Matrix.
  • High-capacity 40 GB internal hard drive.
  • Built-in CD-RW, Master Track and Album CD Project features allow you to produce a production-ready CD with ease.
  • USB 2.0 connectivity allows a smooth exchange of data with your computer-based DAW software. Use the PC drive partition on the internal hard disk to share data with your computer.
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