SoundsExp07: Tascam FireOne at us

Tascam show us their new combined FireWire Audio Interface and controller      03/03/07

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2:53 mins

SoundsExp07: Tascam FireOne at us


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On the Tascam stand we found the FireOne which Tascam say pushes the limits of what an audio interface could be. It’s a FireWire Audio Interface with shortcut keys and a weighted jog wheel and Tascam's man Richard talks us through the features in our vid.
Tascam tell us that the FireOne is the first stereo audio interface in its class that records two mic ins and two outs over FireWire at 192kHz/24-bit audio resolution. But, they say that the most unique feature of the unit is its large, weighted, backlit jog wheel, which allows musicians to zip through their song while the backlight provides useful feedback such as a visual metronome.
The FireOne features a pair of mic inputs with phantom power, pad and line switches. A guitar input switch for recording direct and MIDI input and output are also provided. In addition to its weighted and backlit jog wheel, the FireOne has transport keys and nine programmable shortcut keys to control functions in audio applications like Logic Pro, SONAR, Cubase, Nuendo, Digital Performer, Live and Pro Tools. Tascam say that the edit control interface makes it a perfect choice for video editing applications like Final Cut Pro and Premiere.
Features
  • 2-in / 2-out FireWire Audio Interface
  • Up to 192kHz/24-bit audio resolution
  • Two XLR mic inputs with phantom power and pad
  • 1/4" high impedance input for recording guitar direct
  • Two 1/4" stereo headphone outputs
  • Weighted, backlit jog wheel
  • Transport control keys: rewind, fast-forward, stop, play, record
  • Headphone output with level control
  • Eight DAW shortcut keys
  • Stereo LED meter
  • MIDI in and out
  • 1/4" Footswitch input
  • Buss powered through the FireWire connection or use the included power supply
Pricing and Availability:
£209 GBP More information:


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