16 Track Digital Recording Workstation

£250

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An all-in-one audio workstation combining a digital mixer, multi-effects unit, hard disk recorder, and sampler. In addition to a recording section capable of recording 8 tracks simultaneously and 16-channel playback, the AW16G features a digital mixer with 16 analogue inputs, 1 stereo digital input, 16 recording tracks, and 2 effects returns, and is equipped with 36 input channels. An internal CD-RW drive.

Brilliant piece of kit for recording a band etc. Includes manual.

Description.

  • 144 storage tracks (16 playback tracks plus stereo master track, all with eight virtual tracks).
  • Simultaneous eight-track recording and 16-track playback at 16-bit, 44.1 kHz.
  • 32-bit internal processing.
  • 24-bit linear A-D/D-A conversion.
  • Around 60 track hours of recording time with supplied 20GB hard drive.
  • 1000 Songs per drive.
  • 36-input mixer: 16 playback channels, eight input channels, four stereo sample tracks and two stereo effects returns).
  • 45mm non-motorised faders.
  • Dynamics and four-band parametric EQ on almost every channel.
  • Two internal multi-effects processors.
  • 240 x 64-pixel LCD with contrast.
  • Eight quarter-inch balanced TRS inputs, two with additional 48V phantom-powered XLR inputs, and one with an additional high-impedance instrument input jack.
  • Monitor and Stereo/Aux outputs: unbalanced quarter-inch jacks at -10dBV nominal level.
  • Optical S/PDIF input and output.
  • MIDI In and Out/Thru sockets.
  • Master or slave synchronisation via MTC with MMC support. Transmits MIDI Clock.
  • Onboard mix automation using 96 Scenes per Song. Dynamic mix automation via MIDI.
  • Four tracks of stereo sample playback, maximum 44 seconds sample time.
  • Tempo map, including Scene and Sample Pad switching functions.
  • Dimensions: 99 x 425 x 322mm (hwd).
  • Weight 4.4kg.
Listing ID: 9705f84730a335fd

12th October 2020 4:16 pm

16 days

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