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Belkin TuneStudio Audio Mixer for iPod
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The Belkin TuneStudio is the first 4-channel audio mixer that lets you create high-quality digital recordings with your iPod. This iPod mixer allows ...Read More
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Record your band or Podcasts direct to your iPod!
The Belkin TuneStudio is the first 4-channel audio mixer that lets you create high-quality digital recordings with your iPod. This iPod mixer allows the input of up to 4 different instruments or audio sources. Audio is recorded directly to your iPod for instant playback.
TuneStudio is compact, portable, and tough enough to withstand life in a rehearsal room or on the road. Bands can easily attach instruments and microphones to TuneStudio and use their iPods to record jam sessions. If you're a podcaster, use the TuneStudio mixer to record your shows to iPod either in a studio or on location.
Additional applications for the ToneStudio include: capturing and sharing lectures, presentations and seminars; capture and distribution of corporate meeting minutes, and the creation of audio-based training materials.
- Records directly into an iPod Video or iPod Classic in 16-bit, 44kHz quality
- Plays back audio directly from the iPod without the need of a PC or Mac computer
- Streams audio through a USB interface to and from a PC or Mac computer.
- Each channel is equipped with 3-band EQ, pan and level controls
- Phantom power enabled XLR inputs provide up to 60 dB of microphone gain.
- High quality stereo compressor with make up gain enhances audio dynamics and keeps audio levels within recording limits of the iPod
- LEDs indicate master audio level, power status, peak indication, compressor activity and recording status
Capture and manage your music ideas, podcasts, or anything else with this innovative mixer connected to your iPod. Order today!
TuneStudio Audio Mixer for iPod
- Channels: four
Inputs: Channel 1 & 2: 2 XLR & 2 Line, Channel 3: stereo line, Channel 4: stereo RCA
Dimensions (H x W x L) 6.5" x 13.5" x 13.1"
Weight: 5.3 lbs
Warranty: 1 year parts and labor
Reviewed by 5 customers
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I am on my second one of these now (one stays in place for recording at home, one travels) I have been impressed with these for ease of use and above average recording quality. If you run into the "skipping" problem, thats your ipod, not this unit! Simply reformat your ipod and your good to go. I use this ay home to record bass ideas including recording instrument only, or recording instrument together with inputs such as laptop, metronome, etc etc. Love it!
This is a great piece of equiptment. I can make really clear recordings w/ my bass on this thing abd then put them on my iPod and computer.JUST A NOTE:This CAN be used with iPod Nano 2nd, 3rd and 4th generations.
This mixer is great for the at home musician or podcaster, because you can record right to your ipod or computer.
I went ahead and took the plunge, played the guinea pig. I sold my Fostex MR8 to pay for the TuneStudio because I didn't like the scratchy monitor outs of the MR8. I use my iPod just about every day, so why not have something simple to record with, comes with software, is both a portable recorder and an interface, and immediately puts everything on my iPod?Here's the problem: the recordings skip. Five tries in a row, with different kinds of inputs, the track would skip at 1:10, at 1:36, at 2:20, and so on, consistently at the same points. By skipping, I mean about a second would be left out of the recording. No good. I'm returning it, getting a decent interface by some known entity.
Just received my Tunestudio, So far so good. Have 2 mics, Korg Pandora rhythm machine and EPI Les Paul going through a Roland cube 30 then into tunestudio. I do not have much experience in music recording but it all seems to be working fine as well as downloading and bringing into Cakewalk or Audacity. The files on the Ipod transferred to Itunes seamlessly.