For the aspiring musician, songwriter or music educator looking for the best value in an entry-level multitrack recording system, the Porta 02 can't be beat. With great sound quality, easy operation and full compatibility with consumer stereo cassette decks, this economical 4 track recorder lets you record, overdub and mixdown to standard cassette.
-4 track integrated mixer/cassette multitrack recorder
-2 mic/line input channels
-Standard 1 7/8 ips tape speed
-Headphone monitor output with level control
-2 track simultaneous record capability
-4 channel mixer - level and pan controls on each
...warmth to my techno/electronic music. I had a few models in mind and had a few questions. Between the Tascam Porta 02 MKII Ministudio and Tascam 414 MKII other than the numbers of channels? does any one sound any better than the other? I was also maybe considering a vintage Akai deck instead such as...
Yeah I had channel 3 go out on a 424mkII I have a Fostex 250 that plays the tapes without issue so I just started using that machine or my Tascam 688 or my Tascam 238 instead. It likely needs to be recapped if the head isn't cracked.
I just bought a Tascam Porta 02 MKII multitrack cassette recorder, and after reading the manual and doing some research I still have a couple things I'm curious about. What kind of tapes can you use? In the manual it says to only use Type II chrome cassettes with the MKII, but doesn't specify why...
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