Caitlyn introduced us to the Zoom R20, a multitrack recorder which records audio and MIDI to SD card. It can record up to 16 tracks, 8 of them simultaneously, and it has built-in FX including reverb, chorus and delay. The touchscreen display has a clear DAW-inspired interface and allows for editing of audio and MIDI notes. There are 8 XLR mic preamps, including two mic/line/instrument combo jacks with Hi-Z available on input 1 and 48V phantom power available on inputs 5-8.
We also got to see the G6 guitar processor, with 50 FX models including amp sims, 100 preset slots each with up to 7 FX. The G6 also has a simple looper which can record to SD and bluetooth allows you to control the G6 remotely from a phone or iPad.
Zoom R20 Available now. Price 449 USD
Zoom G6 Available now. Price 399 USD
White iLoud monitors and a new modelling guitar pedal
CV controlled mixing console and some distinctly dirty effects
Battery powered synth with Battery Operated Orchestra
New hybrid synth designed in collaboration with Chris Huggett
Wait is this like a Memorymoog?
Ensembles and solos - coming soon