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arrowReleased: 1999  arrowVersion: 0.00
arrowRated: 10.0/10arrow User reviews: (3)
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francesco writes:
One internal place for a 3.5inch EIDE drive or a Zip drive. Records 8 tracks of audio at the same time on a internal EIDE harddisk or an external SCSI harddisk without data compression. 4 track recording or 8 track recording with Fostex data compression on a internal or external SCSI ZIP (100 or 250 MB). Data Backup via SCSI or via SPDIF output on a second SCSI-drive or a DAT recorder. 99 Songs / Drive - 99 locator positions stored with each song.

Good Points
Build-in metronome with several rythm patterns. Editable tempo map - works as MIDIClock Master for your MIDI setup. MTC master or slave. Build like a remote control - sits in front of you on the table. Fits perfectly with the Fostex VM200 digital mixer Wordclock output Formats internal EIDE.drives up to 30GB.
Bad Points
no analog IO's

 Fostex VR800 Specifications:

Digital IOs:
1 ADAT IO switchable to SPDIF
Analog IOs:
Midi IOs:
1 in + 1 out
Other IOs:
scsi + wordclock output + footswitch
Max tracks: 8 + 16 virtual tracks
Maximum Resolution:44.1k@16bits
internal EIDE disk drive

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