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Tascam DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio

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Tascam's most-compact 8-track recorder is powerful, versatile, yet keeps it simple.

The 8-track TASCAM DP-008 Digital Portastudio offers dedicated knobs for volume and pan for each track, plus a send knob for the built-in reverb effect. The TASCAM DP-008 also has 2 XLR microphone inputs with phantom power, a guitar level input, and even built-in stereo mics, so you're ready to record anything. Tracks mix down to a dedicated stereo track with EQ available on each track, Even so, the TASCAM Portastudio interface keeps it simple to use. The DP-008 Portastudio records to SD card media and includes a 2GB card.

FEATURES
  • 8-track Digital Portastudio
  • 2-track simultaneous recording
  • (2) XLR microphone inputs with phantom power
  • (2) ¼" line inputs, one switchable to guitar level for direct recording
  • ¼" footswitch input and Autopunch features for punch-in recording
  • RCA line outputs
  • 1/8" stereo headphone output
  • Powered by four AA batteries (included) or PS-P520 power supply (optional)
  • Chromatic tuner and metronome features
  • Stereo reverb effect on send/return path
  • Level, Pan, and 2-band EQ controls per channel
  • 44.1kHz/16-bit recording resolution
  • Records to SD or SDHC Card media, up to 32GB supported
  • USB 2.0 connection to computer for backup and track/mixdown export
  • 2GB SD Card, USB cable, AA batteries included
  • Built-in stereo electret condenser microphones
  • Backlit LCD display

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TASCAMDP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio
 
4.8

(based on 35 reviews)

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Pros

  • Compact (12)
  • Easy to use (10)
  • Excellent sound (9)
  • Versatile (8)
  • Good power output (5)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Amateur recording (9)
  • Home studio (9)
  • Performances (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (8), Novice (4)

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The best

I felt like I was spending most of my recording time setting up mics, messing with my computer (Logic Pro), twiddling with effects, etc, rather than just playing and trying out...Read complete review

I felt like I was spending most of my recording time setting up mics, messing with my computer (Logic Pro), twiddling with effects, etc, rather than just playing and trying out ideas. So I bought this thinking I might simplify. It worked. The internal mics sound good--I have good mics I could hook up to it, but a stereo pair of tracks from the internal condensers sounds surprisingly good. With internal mic sensitivity on "LOW", this unit will also record a loud band with very decent clarity. The 1/4" inputs are a touch noisy with single coil guitars, but they sound good overall. The unit is solidly built, a little bigger than a paper back novel, and extremely portable. I bought the power supply with it, but I will be investing in rechargeable batteries just to reduce the amount of wires, and portability for using the internal mics for amps, piano, drums, etc.

I've gone through many different recording setups in the last 20 years, some simple and cheap, some expensive and complicated. The DP008 is my favorite of them all. Of course, it doesn't sound as good as a compressed and polished ProTools session, but for what I paid, I wasn't expecting that. As a songwriting tool, a notepad, or a demo maker, or even just something to record band practice, Tascam really got it right with this one. I now spend most of my recording time playing, and I get quality recordings with very little effort into the engineering process. If this little guy ever breaks or gets lifted, I'll definitely buy another. If I ever feel like making a polished and high quality track, I can make a detailed demo on the DP008, and then knock it out quickly in a pro studio (let some one else setup mics, fiddle with mixers and knobs, etc, not to mention buy, maintain, and store all that gear). This method is much more time and cost efficient for me than trying to track everything on a complicated system at home.

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This recorder is really great to use but I am having serious trouble not being able to export the songs to my computer. Other than that it works great

This recorder is really great to use but I am having serious trouble not being able to export the songs to my computer. Other than that it works great

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(14 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The best

By rckstrdave

from Oregon!

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Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

I felt like I was spending most of my recording time setting up mics, messing with my computer (Logic Pro), twiddling with effects, etc, rather than just playing and trying out ideas. So I bought this thinking I might simplify. It worked. The internal mics sound good--I have good mics I could hook up to it, but a stereo pair of tracks from the internal condensers sounds surprisingly good. With internal mic sensitivity on "LOW", this unit will also record a loud band with very decent clarity. The 1/4" inputs are a touch noisy with single coil guitars, but they sound good overall. The unit is solidly built, a little bigger than a paper back novel, and extremely portable. I bought the power supply with it, but I will be investing in rechargeable batteries just to reduce the amount of wires, and portability for using the internal mics for amps, piano, drums, etc.

I've gone through many different recording setups in the last 20 years, some simple and cheap, some expensive and complicated. The DP008 is my favorite of them all. Of course, it doesn't sound as good as a compressed and polished ProTools session, but for what I paid, I wasn't expecting that. As a songwriting tool, a notepad, or a demo maker, or even just something to record band practice, Tascam really got it right with this one. I now spend most of my recording time playing, and I get quality recordings with very little effort into the engineering process. If this little guy ever breaks or gets lifted, I'll definitely buy another. If I ever feel like making a polished and high quality track, I can make a detailed demo on the DP008, and then knock it out quickly in a pro studio (let some one else setup mics, fiddle with mixers and knobs, etc, not to mention buy, maintain, and store all that gear). This method is much more time and cost efficient for me than trying to track everything on a complicated system at home.

(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

tascam dp-008 is one cool little piece of equipment.

By James Kuik

from tennessee

Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

i love it. not hard to use at all. i don't have to fight with it like i do with trying to get cubase to cooperate with my audio interface. very portable, take it anywhere and record. mine came with an sd card that could hold about twelve master tracks before i had to reformat it. which was very easy to do. if you don't want to lose any work just pay attention to how much space you have on your sd card and transfer your projects to your computer before you run out of space. also the user manual it comes with will be your best friend for the first couple of days. it's very thorough and easy to understand. pay attention to it. after two days i didn't even need it anymore. this piece of gear is easy to use, but very powerful. i'm very impressed with tascam, and always with musicians friend.
lots of features. it only has 4 inputs, but you can record 8 tracks and mixdown into a single master track. plus you can bounce. you can adjust each track volume, pan, and reverb separatly and control them all with a master volume. you can save manually, or turn the power off and save automatically. you can also undo a single time or multiple times. i don't even need my amp. i just plug in my headphones, run my guitar through my fx pedal into the dp-008 and it sounds good. i don't have to bother anybody when i record late at night. i can concentrate on my music instead of my computer screen when i'm recording. when i'm finished i can take the tascam over to my computer and transfer everything; individual tracks, master recording, into my computer. then i can mix in my audio sequencer. this thing is great. i can hear the first track very good. then i play along with it, overdubbing, a little lead. i'm writing whole new parts for a second guitar with the help of this bad boy.
the tascam dp-008 seems like it is very well made and durable. a very beautiful piece of equipment.
i bought mine used from musicians friend, and when i recieved it i could not tell it was used. well worth every cent i paid. take note to also purchase the ps-p520 power supply. it comes with four batteries but they won't last long. i learned from reading the reviews before i purchased, that it didn't come with the power supply. i went to tascams website and found out that the dp-008 is compatable with the ps-p520 power supply. even though i had to buy them separate, still worth every penny.

(9 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A moron-proof 8-track

By Western PA Funk-o-meister

from Pittsburgh PA

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Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

This is the greatest deal in the home-recording market. If you're like me, and you're not interested in spending a ton of time poring through a giant manual to lay down six relatively benign tracks - i.e., you want to make a good recording without spending a week on it - this is the 8-track digital recorder for you. This model is also a tremendous upgrade from the similar "sister" 4-track Tascam digital Portastudio, with simple but very effective tools (plus more important things, like XLR inputs) not found on the 4-track. Even if you insist you won't need more than 4-tracks, spend the extra few bucks and get this model.I've also used the similar Boss 8-track, which is generally more expensive. That one is more complicated, plus you're paying for all those COSM models ... don't know about you, but I like the sound of my own amps and effects. That's why I bought 'em.Two final points: (a) this recorder comes with a GREAT well-written user manual; and (b) pick up the AC adaptor. That's $25 well-spent.

(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Dp-008 great for Acoustic Guitar

By classicalguitarteacher

from New York

Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

If you are looking for a Recorder that DOESN'T have tons and tons of effects and a manual to go with it as thick as a city phone book, then purchase this unit. What makes this recorder special is its simplicity. You get a tuner, metronome and Reverb. For Acoustic and classical players, a great unit for laying down clean, clear tracks. One could argue that for a few more dollars you can get tons more effects.... but for a true acoustic player, who needs extra built in effects like distortions,drum machines and other effects that rock players use? I purchased this recorder because it looks, feels, and operates like the vintage recorders used too... If you want simplicity and reliability, buy this recorder. It is a very professional machine that will be very useful. What I will not miss is the thick manual and tons of menus that other units have. Finally a company exists that really "gets it" when it comes to recording.

(8 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good by me

By Earl-p6swC

from Albuquerque, NM

Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

got this for Christmas 2010 and for the money I love it. Be sure to get an approved SD card, I did not and after recoding a few songs I could not download a master track due to SD card type. Got an approved SD card and no problem since.

(8 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Revelation

By Player-yu0Q_

from Central PA

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Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

The Tascam DP-008 replaced another brand 8 track digital recorder so I had something to compare this one to. Ease of use is the unit's best feature. When inspiration strikes, you don't want to be hampered by an unintuitive interface that has you repeatedly going back to the manual. Tascam designers did a great job of putting the most needed controls right on the console. The menu system is intelligently laid out and will have you getting to your needed function quickly. All this in a size no bigger than a hardback book! The reverb is a nice bonus and quite usable. My former recorder had more features but I much prefer this one.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Outstanding!

By James Bracey

from Southeastern USA

Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

I have used the DP-008 to record a demo song and I'm am thrilled. After about an hour of tinkering and reviewing the manual, it was very easy to navigate. The sound quality is great. Buy the AC adapter or plan on replacing the batteries every four hours or so.
Everything you need for demo recording at home or away. The size of this unit makes it great for travel. The onboard microphones are very sensative so be sure you are in a very quiet environment. The metronome feature lacks enough volume to be useful for recording guitar. My biggest "complaint" is that the track level controls are very sensative and it can be hard to make a minor adjustment when mixing. This can probably be easily fixed by exporting the tracks to a computer and using a better mixer. Overall, these minor issues do not hinder the basic recording experience. I'm very happy with the quality of the recordings and mixes I have done.
It's Tascam....say no more!
For that price, it's 11+++

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Tale of two reviews

By Earthtojohn

from Au Sable Forks, NY

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Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

As a child of the 50's I was born understanding any black box with blinking red lights on it. The recording controls on the DP-008 are very simple to use and the quality of the recording is excellent. I did not come up for air for days after getting this recorder. It has very much energized my playing.Mixing down tracks and transferring to a computer is where things go very wrong here. There simply are to many menus to scroll through to transfer to a PC. I've followed the manual but often to no good end. I'm sure it will be simple enough once unraveled but you had better not lose the manual once you figure it out. Tascam should have included a DVD with complete instruction. I've been attempting to move files into Guitar Pro 4 to no end. I think not including a basic DAW program that simplifies the download was a big mistake on Tascams part. I recorder like the DP-008 should me a part of any players gig bag but the menu scrolling to download will keep this from being the hit it should be. I'll be looking forward to a firmware download with a down-loadable DAW and Instruction Video

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent, no frills portable studio

By Precision70

from Cary, NC

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Pros

  • Compact
  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Powerful

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

      I was trying to record myself on acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocal on a stereo field recorder. While the field recorder is excellent to capture jam session from electric band or chambre music, it's not best for acoustic sessions in muffled area.

      I started looking arround for a mini multitrack studio and I came accross this one on sale.

      I was looking for a small minimalist multitrack recorder which does not require computer/software to master and can achieve modest demo easily with goud sound.

      - Can record two tracks at a time.
      - Two bands EQ on each (2) input
      - Support line in, instrument, dynamic mics as well as phantom power
      - Low noise with condenser studio mics and plenty of headroom
      - Good sound with Dynamic stage mic, but need to cranck gain to the max and some noise
      - Dedicated two bands EQ on each (8) track
      - choice of decent reverb
      - Can clone, delete, edit or mix tracks to make room for more tracks
      - Exports master in WAV only. That'Ok for me.
      - Does not have compression, but I have messed with compression before and don't find it necessary. Anyway for acoustic projects, compression is not required.
      - Punch in and out. What it means is that while listening, you can start to synchronise with the tune without recording, and while keeping playing, you punch in with a pedal to start recording, and punch out to stop, all while the tune is playing. This is mostly convenient to fix a good track without re-recording the entire track again.

      I use it with one AKG Presentation 220 and one Samsung Q8 (an excellent Beta57 knock off)

      The unit is simple to use, has an excellent LCD display and is very simple to learn and use.

      Everything I whish would be there is actually there.

      I have done a few session during the last couple of days with a Taylor DN3 (good studio sound), a Seagul 12 strings, some harmonicas and my niece to back me on vocal.

      We had a lot of fun and are VERY impressed with the results.

      I did 4 well synchronized guitar tracks, one harmonica and two vocals tracks.

      Then I hooked the unit to my high end Sound System (YBA Preamp, Bryston Amp and JMLab Speakers) for mastering and we were blown away by the quality and and detail, especially the 12 strings sparks and delicatess. While recording I was turning the EQ on for some tracks but when hooked to the Sound System, guitar and vocals were flat. I beefed up the harmonica at around 1K and I only used a bit of "Studio Reverb" from the unit to compensate for our lack of vocal experience (nice trick).

      The AKG has a lot to do with sound quality of course, but hey this is still an entry level studio mic.

      The only challenge is to learn how to position the mic to capture the best tonal balance from the guitars.

      We have many folk song in mind to record and we will use this a lot get copyright on our material and we will proudly share our accomplishments with our friends. Who knows, we may make a buck or two with our material because sounds good enough to distribute it online. Yes it can be that good. :)

      (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great deal..Great recording fun.!ease of

      By seadogselak

      from P.Bch. FL

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      Pros

      • Compact
      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound
      • Low Distortion
      • Powerful
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Mobile DJ
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        My recording ability went from Flintstones to the Jetsons overnight.....Great for novice up to pro, portable & loads of fun...especially when you hear what you,ve just done...thumbs up & 5 gold stars..Thanks a-million.! I use with NI Maschine & Korg XL & 68 Gibson EBO Bass. Sound reproduction is amazing, when I record 808 drum tracks....it booms...!!! :)=

        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Good sound quality and value

        By IdahoEric

        from Idaho

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Good sound quality
        • Great value
        • Low noise

        Cons

        • Fails When Sd Card Fills
        • No Power Cord
        • Slow To Export
        • Steep-ish Learning Curve

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Home Studio

        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        Great value, low noise and good sound quality. Since these are the most important features, I gave it four stars. However, potential users should be aware that the unit fails gracelessly if the SD card gets filled up. I solved this by replacing the 2G card that came with the unit with a 16G. Also, to get the recordings from the unit to a computer, you must first export them into wav files. This appears to take as long as it took to record the file in the first place, so if you record your 2 hour practice session, it seems to take 2 hours to convert to the wav format. After that, transfer to the computer is pretty fast.

        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Love it!

        By Rick Moore

        from S Central Idaho

        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        I am old school, years of analog experience & this unit gives me the best of digital with hands-on features. Anything it lacks I'll make up for with Pro Tools later but that might not even be needed!
        oops, had I waited...it went on sale within a week for $20 bucks less...oh, well

        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Great unit - must have for the home recordist or traveling pro!

        By Scott

        from MA

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        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        Overall this unit is killer. Check out Youtube for songs recorded with the DP-008. There are really great examples out there. It would be interesting if Tascam upgraded the firmware to include a high-pass filter on the inputs and tracks.......
        This recorder is feature rich and easy to use.
        Not indestructible, but definitely road worthy.
        Huge bang for the buck! An indespensible tool that is easy on the wallet. Too bad the power supply is a separate purchase.

        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Fantastic Recorder and Easy to Use

        By GuitarDon

        from Chicago, ILL

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        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        I just bought the DP-008. I considered buying the DP-004 but figured for the small price difference why not get 8 tracks in case I need them. Having owned an older HD recorder years ago, I found this unit easy to learn. The menus are simple enough and I like the analog feel with knobs to control everything. I like that it has reverb and EQ available. There are enough features to make it a great unit but not so many to make it a nightmare to learn. So far I have recorded some acoustic stuff with the on board mics, I am impressed with the sound but I am looking forward to pluging in my AKG-1000 condenser mic's this weekend. But I have to say the onboard mic's are pretty good. It is too bad that you have to master it as part of the song and then export it to make it available to download on the PC but I guess it makes sense from a programming stantpoint to make the master track bundled into the song. I imagine it saves space that way since .wav files got pretty large. If your are looking for a unit that for composing or just recording gigs and rehearsals this it the way to go. You can always dump the tracks into a PC based DAW and make the tracks part of a studio project. the sound quality is that good. I use Sonar and will probably rough out tracks on the DP and import them into Sonar and finish recordings with other insturments.

        (5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Used it !

        By Mickey

        from Elkhart IN.

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        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        Ive been a producing my own music for about 10 yrs. Even though I've played for years. I guess I'm "old school" So, this unit is hands on. I recorded my second solo CD with this unit.Its easy to use,and very controlable.And it sounds good. Even the internal mics are good. It picks up everythig. Highly recomended !

        (5 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Nice...but

        By Al DeMatteo

        from NC

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        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        I think this 8 track recorder is a heckuva deal and fairly easy to use. The only thing I don't like about it is that I have to reformat the wav. files it generates using a software program just to get the recordings on You-Tube. Other than that, it's a great system!

        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Tiny But Powerful

        By Montana Ax-Man

        from Missoula, MT

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        Pros

        • Compact
        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Low Distortion
        • Powerful
        • Versatile

        Cons

        • Tiny Knobs

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Home Studio

        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        I've had mine for 2 months and love this little recorder. It is extremely small and therefore a bit fidgety to use unless you have tiny hands, but it has all the features you could want in a portable 8-track. All the track recording and editing features work very well and are easy to use. You can import .wav tracks in mono or stereo, which was key for me as I use a software drum machine for bass and percussion. The DP-008 does not interface directly with your computer, but rather to its on-board memory card (which in turn talks to your computer via USB), so import/export can be time-consuming. I recommend you keep your on-board files tidy… back up finished songs and remove them from the unit to save memory space (it's great that at a later time you can restore past songs and all the tracks and editing history are preserved). Filling up the memory or a power failure can wipe all your data out, so apply some discipline when using this unit. You NEED a power adaptor with this. The reverb and pre-amp are adequate. This unit is best for recording demos, but the sound quality is excellent so in theory you could get studio-quality recordings out of it, with the right mics, effects, and maybe a better vocal pre-amp. There are on-board stereo mics with surprisingly decent sound, useful for recording a multi-instrument jam where sound fidelity is not a priority.

        My beefs with the DP-008 are few. One is that the position markers on the knobs are not all aligned properly with each other, so if you are trying to equalize levels on different tracks you are never sure they are turned to exactly the same spot (so do it by ear, which is maybe better in the long run). Also, the knobs are so small that making fine adjustments is tricky, but sliders would necessarily increase the size of the unit so they use all knobs. You should know that you can only record from 2 inputs at a time, in case that's an issue for you. It does not have an on-board CD burner, but that's what your computer is for.

        Overall, you can't go wrong with this as a first digital recorder for a beginner, or as a portable to bring to your gigs, jams, or practice sessions.

        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Great Simple Home Recording

        By Mike

        from Southern Maine

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        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        I got the Tascam DP-004 and I loved it. So simple to use that recording was no longer a painful ordeal. Soon as I got used to the DP-004 the DP-008 came out and I had to get one right away. Best value there is in home recording. How could you not give it a top rating? I love how the reverb sounds too. I had no problems following the manual regarding transferring tracks to and from my Mac. I tried the Boss 8 track but after a month of trying to comprehend their terrible manual, I had to return it. Boss recording equipment is not for most musicians- it is for geeks. I decided to buy a separate drum machine and am much happier. I got the Alesis SR-16 and I love it. I love the simplicity since I do not want to spend a lot of time fumbling through a poor manual, I just want to play some music. Can't say enough about how much I enjoy this Tascam 8 track. Thank you Tascam!!!

        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        good for bands

        By PearlGuy15

        from Paradise, CA

        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        I got this recorder for Christmas and it hasn't failed me yet. If you are new to recording like i was, and you are on a low budget, this is the recorder for you. At first, i had trouble with using it, but once i read the manual, i understood it. I believe it took about 5 days to get here. Its a great recorder, comes with a 2GB SD card, CD quality recording. The only downfall is that you can only record two tracks at once. The metronome was a good touch. Get this

        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        great buy

        By telecast1984

        from oregon

        Comments about TASCAM DP-008 8-Track Digital Portastudio:

        this recorder is easy to use and has a clean crisp sound on playbacks. it is great to run direct or through a pa for recording. I love it

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