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Experiences and suggestions - Tascam DP-006 Digital Pocketstudio

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by SBassman, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. SBassman

    SBassman Supporting Member

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    I don't see much dialog here on this digital multitrack.
    It, I think, is currently the lowest cost digital multitrack.

    Ever work with one? Experiences? Suggestions?
  2. Bruski

    Bruski

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    I just got my DP-006 a few days ago...
    This is my first foray into Solo Bass Recording.
    This unit is intricate & the steps may be a Lil complex, at first. But once you get used to it, the quality of the Sound is quite good.
    Now currently my Line consists of my Phender 4String P/J Bass through a Zoom B9.1ut through a 75W Rumble into the DP-006.
    Works perfect... I've even taken my beater Lotus Bass & direct inputted it into the DP-006, sounded very good. Not as good as my regular chain. But nonetheless, for a quick Lil "Get this Riff outta my head & onto some tape", good....
  3. wrench45us

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    How simple or difficult is it to do overdubs with this digital recorder?

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