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Gear One PSD300 Dual-Well Portable CD Recorder
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As a riff learning tool, it lets you change musical keys in half steps, change tempo -33% to +50% without changing key, reduce lead vocals, and creat...Click To Read More About This Product
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A high-end music rehearsal and performance tool.
As a riff learning tool, it lets you change musical keys in half steps, change tempo -33% to +50% without changing key, reduce lead vocals, and create A-B practice loops. As a CD recorder, it provides a built-in mic and speaker, stereo XLR and 1/4" mic/line inputs, programmable mic/line EQ and filtering, a convert-to-half-speed function, and automatic record level control. CD-RW disc compatible. Duplicates CDs at 2X.
Records CDR or CDRW discs
Plug microphones directly into the unit for stereo recording
Built-in preamp and mixer
Manipulates the key and tempo
Creates practice loops
Reduce lead vocal tracks
Plug instruments or mics in to mix a live musician with music CD accompaniment
Records the mix to CDRW media
Duplicates CDs at 2X speed
Converts CD tracks to half speed ” a great tool for music transcribers
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This unit has so many features, I will never learn to use them all, but it is easy to access all of them. Excellent sound quality and tremendous convenience.
I find that I can't live without it; I could use two of them so I wouldn't have to keep moving it. It's as neccessary as my instrument!!!
I do like this recorder. The only thing I regret is paying over $*** for it. I believe it should be about $*** to $***. The vocal reduction is a nice feature on most songs. Its not 100% on any song, but its a good feature. I like most everything about it except it should have had some sort of echo or reverb feature. I had to go buy a reverb in order for my recordings to sound professional. Hope this helped someone.
I've used a PSD300 for the past year now. I'm trying to learn bluegrass banjo, so I can slow down CDs without the key changing, play along, and hear what I'm doing wrong. It's also great for recording jam sessions and making CDs for other musicians on the spot. It cost a little more than the Marantz CDR300 but is well worth it to get the second drive for making copies, and for playing along with CDs and recording results. And only Superscope has the key and tempo and looping built in.