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Pocketrack CX: Yamaha is now shipping its new Pocketrak CX. Yamaha's previous portable recorder offering is the Pocketrak 2G, an ultra-slim recorder with an omni-directional mic. The Pocketrak CX adds an upgraded stereo microphone system and expanded memory capability. It supports a variety of different recording formats, an onboard speaker, stand adapter, and Cubase AI DAW software. The CX then adds a larger AA re-chargeable battery built in to allow up to 40 hours of continuous recording and playback, a 90-degree X-Y microphone and Micro SD card capability. A 2GB card is included.
HD production elements
Titlewave: A compilation of Blastwave FX's six imaging elements libraries, including 10,000 stereo and 1,300 5.1 surround production elements, Titlewave gives professionals everything they need to accent, drive and punch up their productions. Categories include: 5.1 SSFX, ascends, beats, beds, choppers, compositions, descends, data FX, feedbacks, glitches, hits, lasers, logos, noise, shimmers, static, sweepers, tape rewind and tuners. Titlewave contains 240GB of HD sound effects and comes pre-installed on a premium hard drive.
Wireless mic system
WMS 4500: Like the WMS 4000, the WMS 4500 offers a wide range of available components for operational versatility, but has been modified for more durable use and greater flexibility with wireless applications. The WMS 4500 is available in two new frequency bands: Band 7 (500-530MHz) and Band 8 (570-600MHz) that offer more options for multi-channel systems in today's crowded RF environment. The system's components, the SR4500 receiver unit, the PT4500 emitter, and the HT4500 handheld microphone unit all offer new features and sleek new construction.
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