WNAMM09: Live Mixer With Built-In 16-Track Recorder

Fostex announce the LR16 Live Recording Mixer      28/01/09
WNAMM09: Live Mixer With Built-In 16-Track Recorder


Fostex has announced the LR16 Live Recording Mixer. Here's all the details in their own words...
LR16 is 16/4/2 live mixer with built-in 16-track recorder at the most affordable price point in the market offering flexible use in the shape of regular MTR unit or separated I/O Box and Controller Box with just CAT5 cable connection being engineered by Fostex' superb HD recorder experience and state-of-the-art digital mixer technology.
Main Features
  • Connector Box (recorder + I/O) and Controller (mixer section) can be flexibly separated via off-the-shelf CAT5 cable up to 50m. Just one cable from I/O box on the stage to the F.O.H. mixer controller instead of heavy and expensive snake cable.
  • Intuitive analog-like mixer operation in digital domain with 16 inputs faders + 4 bus faders + master fader.
  • Built-in 80GB HD for approx. 16 hours of 16-track uncompressed digital recording (16bit/44.1kHz) or 9 hours at superior digital quality of 24bit/48kHz.
  • One hit of "REC" button starts 16-track recording immediately.
  • Multitrack and Stereo Mix can be recorded simultaneously creating 16 x mono wave files plus 1 x Stereo wave file on the HD.
  • Choice of MTR-like stand-alone integration or separated rack mounting.
  • FAT 32 formatted HD can be mounted on PC or Mac via USB.
  • Digitally controlled TRIM with LIMITER on all the 16 channels.
  • 3-band EQ on all the 16 channels.
  • Built-in Master Effects (Reverb/Delay)
  • USB Host connector to dump recorded data to USB flash memory for easy data transfer to PC or Mac.
  • 10 keys on the recorder panel for instant playback.
Pricing and Availability:
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    1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    Finally    Said...

    This is mint. This is what I have been wanting since I started. I have 4 keyboards and 3 drum machines and I don't really feel like recording into my DAW using either A. A 2 track recording interface...or B. Trying to buy a 16 track DR that doesn't record 16 tracks it records 8 and lets you MIX 16 tracks... or C. The option I really can't afford... 16 tracks into the CPU...

    Now...only problem is...the people they are targeting, such as me... are out of cash!!!

    bah!

    28-Jan-09 12:54 PM


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