Practical Portable Multitrack Recording

Trinity Audio Group claims Linux appliance is the world’s first portable, professional, digital recording studio      10/07/06
Practical Portable Multitrack Recording


Trinity Audio Group, Inc have announced the arrival of Trinity, a Linux appliance which they say is the world’s first ultra-portable, professional, digital recording studio or DAW (digital audio workstation) designed for the audio engineering and broadcast field industries and, as such, forges a whole new product category.
Trinity partnered with Echo Audio to design the audio interface portion of the device through a licensing agreement and they say that recording robust high quality audio is easy with sampling capabilities of 16 or 24 bit at 44.1khz, 48khz, or 96khz.
Trinity creative director Ronald Stewart told us, "It's like pro tools, only better. It's portable, so you can take your work with you. The extended battery life, Linux OS, and on-board WiFi makes this a perfect all-in-one solution for recording and podcasting."
Main Features
  • Linux OS
  • Fanless
  • 520mhz ARM9 CPU
  • 128 megabytes of RAM
  • (2) Neutrik combo jacks supporting both 1/4" TRS and XLR inputs
  • 48 volt phantom power
  • (2) 1/4" TRS outputs
  • (1) 1/4' TRS headphone jack
  • 6.5" TFT LCD
  • On screen alpha keyboard
  • Touch pad type mouse or HID
  • (2) 4200 mah lithium polymer rechargeable batteries achieves more than 4 hours of battery life
  • 20 gigabyte hard drive
  • 802.11b/g (WiFi)
  • Rugged, sleek design

Price and Availability
Shipments of Trinity begin October 2006. Trinity retails for $999.99 (USD)
More information:
  • www.trinityaudiogroup.com

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