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Tascam Updates DR-1 and GT-R1 Recorders
Montebello, CA - Jan 15, 2009 - Tascam has updated the DR-1 and GT-R1 portable digital recorders to version 2.0. The update offers additional features during recording, including a manual track increment for breaking a long session into individual tracks. The new pre-record buffer feature can store audio in a buffer to begin a recording two seconds before the record button is pressed. Recording can also be delayed by 300ms to eliminate handling noise when the record button is pressed.
Editing features have also been added to the recorders in version 2. File Divide separates a recording into two files. The DR-1 and GT-R1 automatically make a new file while recording if the file becomes too large. A new All Delete function deletes all of the files in the selected folder.
The free update for the DR-1 portable digital recorder and GT-R1 portable guitar/bass recorder will be available at the end of January on the Tascam website.
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