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The Roland R-88 extends professional portable recording by providing seamless integration of a recorder, mixer and a multi-channel audio interface. With eight channels of audio recording plus a stereo mix, the R-88 includes a full on-board mixer, various timecode modes and slate tone/mic for memos. The stereo mix output is for location sound recording applications enabling a stereo mix while simultaneously recording individual tracks. It also features professional AES/EBU digital I/O to digitally record from or send to a mixing console or other digital source. The R-88's built-in mixer is equipped with a three-band EQ. The large touchscreen display enables clear and intuitive device setup and control.
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