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Toneworks Pandora PXR4 Recording Package
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Kit includes PXR4 Pandora, AKG K-44 headphones, 20' mic cable, Behringer XM8500 microphone, Whirlwind Little Imp impedance matcher, and Guide to Home...Click To Read More About This Product
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The equipment you need to record guitar and vocals at their best.
Kit includes PXR4 Pandora, AKG K-44 headphones, 20' mic cable, Behringer XM8500 microphone, Whirlwind Little Imp impedance matcher, and Guide to Home Recording book. The PXR4 features REMS modeling effects (amp, cab, mic, etc.), superior-quality guitar multi-effects, 4 tracks (enough for recording lead guitar, vocal, backing, and bass part), plus master and final effects to pump recordings up to CD quality. Drum, bass simulator, and guitar simulator included. 34 minutes of recording time with 32MB SmartMedia card; 2 hours with 128MB card. Guitar input: 1/4" phone with Hi/Lo switch. Stereo line/mic input: 1/8" stereo phone with trim. Master L/R output: 1/8" stereo phone. Headphone output: 1/8" stereo phone. USB port.
The XM8500 microphone has a cardioid pattern that focuses on your voice while the integrated shockmount system reduces handling noise to almost nothing. Balanced low-impedance output connects to any console or microphone pre-amp. 50Hz to 15kHz frequency response for crystal-clear, highly detailed vocals. 2-stage pop filter minimizes breath and pop noises. Comes with rugged hard case with mic clip and stand adapter.
- PXRF4 Pandora:
- REMS modeling effects (amp, cab, mic, etc.), superior-quality guitar multi-effects
- 4 tracks master and final effects pump recordings up to CD quality
- 34 minutes recording with 32MB SmartMedia card; 2 hours with 128MB card
- Guitar input: 1/4" phone with Hi/Lo switch
- Stereo line/mic input: 1/8" stereo phone with trim
- Master L/R output: 1/8" stereo phone
- Headphone output: 1/8" stereo phone
- USB port
A 4-track recording setup that you can practically carry in your pocket. Order today.
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The korg 4 track is great. live recorings come out clear, warm, and punchy. i used to record my and my bands ideas as a group, it truly helps a lot and is very easy to use. great effects and compression, mixing and editing. easy to carry anywhere i go.
I have a friend in Ohio who is helping me with a recording project.I record all my tracks an the Pandora and send him the smartmedia card. He downloads the tracks on his computer and usingpro tools and other programs we have come up with some profesional sounding songs. Before long we will have enough songs for a professionally produced CD.
The PXR4 is an amazing recorder and the package is one of the best deals I've seen in a long time. The manual on home recording is a needed resource. I was very impressed with the quality of recording for such a small system and the simplicity (if you read the directions). The headphones allow me to record my guitar without disturbing my wife or my 6 month old son. All in all, a great recorder... I would recommend it to anyone who is just starting out and wants to lay down a few demos.
I've had the Pandora PXR4 for about 4 weeks and all the features and stuff you can do with it at such a low price is amazing
I purchased the PXR4 just to do some at home recordings and see what I could come up with and it's been an awesome piece of equipment. I'm now in a band and we recorded a demo with it, which was pretty good, but we're going to record a new demo and after reading the included guide to home recording, I feel A LOT more confident of what I'm doing with my recording and expect a lot better results. The downfall on this is it doesn't have the ability to record two channels in at once, so you can't do any stereo things, such as panning the cymbals or toms. Other than that, it works quite well and I highly recommend buying it.
never having used any kind of home recording equipment (other than a simple tape player) i was a little intimidated when making the decision about which machine i should choose. i finally decided on the korg and don't have any regrets. i love the on-board effects. i recorded with it the first time i pulled it out of the box. it was easy to use and what i didn't know i found in the manual, which is easy to understand. highly recommend this item!
Great Pocket recorder, Tascam got one too but eats too many batteries (2hrs on 6 AA's !!!!!!).The Korg is the one to look for.
I purchased the PXR4 not long ago and still have a few things to figure out, but overall I would say it is a pretty good package. I use a Behringer mixer alongside which gives further control of sound and it works well for my recording purposes. I recommend it but you may need to be creative (I have mine on clamps, vertically) to be able to see what you are doing and still be able to connect input cables.