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GEAR / TECHNOLOGY => gear/tech/etc => Topic started by: Duncan on March 18, 2016, 03:11:41 PM

Title: Digital playback for live use?
Post by: Duncan on March 18, 2016, 03:11:41 PM
My live setup is often a pretty playback of of materials recorded to tape and digital.  I enjoy having a mix between crusty tape sound and super clean digital. 

Up until now I've just been using a few mp3 players patched into my mixer to take care of the digital side of things but it's becoming a pain in the arse.  The batteries on the players are unreliable and cycling through my samples using a shitty ipod wheel takes longer than I'd like.  Also, it'd be better if I could mix all my samples on a single multitrack device rather than have to use 2 or 3 different devices and channels on a mixer.

I wondered if anyone can recommend me some kind of device (probably a recorder I guess?) which might allow me to achieve this?  The smaller the better; though I do want to be able to mix each track with a knob or fader.  FX aren't important but I suppose I'd try and use them if they happened to be in there.  Main thing is ease of use and good sound quality.  Any suggestions?

Title: Re: Digital playback for live use?
Post by: calaverasgrande on June 06, 2016, 11:14:59 PM
Why not one of those Tascam or Zoom digital multitrackers?
There has to be a model that has multiple outputs.