WNAMM09: JoeCoe Black Box Recorder Captures All

24 channels of 24/96kHz, very functional for live work      29/01/09

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We ran a story on this item before NAMM (thanks to ProSoundNewsEurope.com) which introduced the Black Box Recorder - a rather striking 24 channel 96kHz/24bit audio recorder designed for working in a live situation. Boot time of 10 seconds, simple, functional interface and good interfacing options give it the potential to be a pretty big product for the new company. As well as live recording, it may well look good to those who need multi-track audio playback for a live show too. The unit uses standard USB 2.0 external drives, recording in Broadcast WAV format (timestamped) and will be available April/May 2009 with further IO options coming along later. Its not surprising that this is such a well designed unit, Joe Bull the MD, used to run SaDie...
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Bjarne D.    Said...

"Also it's got MIDI in so you can send it ... stuff."

Haha! :)

08-Jun-09 05:56 PM


Ya    Said...

I like it, ya? Looks pretty cool, ya? Very innovative, ya? I need to take my pills, ya?

12-Jan-10 04:09 PM


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