Sonic State Studio / Recorders / ZOOM MRS 1044

Average rating: 8.7/10 out of 10

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Paul Cook a Professional user from UK writes:
I use this machine working alone at home.

The end results have been rather good, for the money it is cool, really cool. realy really really cool.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 11-Oct-04 at 17:49
Denver Morgan a hobbyist user from norway writes:
I think the MRS1044 is a very user friendly machine i find all the sounds are very good nice effects very good interface and the cost is reasonable the only draw back is only to inputs but other than that this machine is a winner!

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 17-Feb-03 at 11:44
Slim a hobbyist user from UK writes:
Although I've been playing guitar for 15 years, this is my first multi-track.

Good points: The quality of the recorded audio is very good, and the drum and bass sounds are fairly realistic in the context of a full mix. The guitar effects are also really good and give me better results than miking up my Fender valve amp on most occasions. Bouncing is a breeze and it was really easy to get up and going.

Bad points: The editing, especially of drum tracks, is long winded and with no visual representation of bars/song structure, a pen and paper comes in handy! Limited inputs (2) make life a bit awkward and a lot of repatching is necessary if you don't have an external mixer like me.

Overall, highly recommeded for the quality and ease of use/getting started. And excellent value. Just a note of caution, I bought mine on intitial UK release - less than 2 months down the line and you get a 20gig drive rather than the 15gig in my machine for a nominal increase in cost. If purchasing, check which model as both are identical on the outside except for the small "V2" logo.

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Monday, 11-Feb-02 at 9:10
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