Archive for October, 2008

Casio Privia PX320 Awarded A Consumers Digest Best Buy

The Casio PX320 was Consumer Digests top choice for Premium Digital Pianos in their December 2008 issue. All digital pianos were judged on their versatility, playability and portability. Consumer Digest recognized Casio’s Privia PX-320 as the top performer. 

The magazine said, “The Casio PX-320 can produce 128 simultaneous notes (128-note polyphony) and features 70 built-in rhythm patterns and more than 200 voices. An internal recorder allows layers of up to 10,000 notes per song. No others offer this same combination for a similar price.” 

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Tascam DP-004

Today, recording is more affordable than ever, but the creative connection with the artist is sometimes lost in the windows, menus and complex interfaces of modern recording software. The new TASCAM DP-004 recaptures the immediacy Tascam cassette models, only updated with CD-quality digital recording. The compact multitrack recorder is covered with knobs and controls, making recording and mixing simple and fun. 

The new Tascam DP-004 Portable Digital Pocketstudio recorder makes recording simple and fun again. The DP004 is based on Tascam’s groundbreaking cassette Portastudios, and retains their creative interface while updating the sound quality with CD-quality digital recording. Smaller than a paperback book, it’s portable enough to take anywhere, and built-in microphones make it perfect for capturing song ideas and rehearsals. But despite its compact design, the DP-004 retains the famously-simple TASCAM Portastudio interface – so you can concentrate on making music. 

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