Belkin TuneStudio 4-Channel Audio Mixer for Ipod - £64.98 delivered @ Big Offers - HotUKDeals
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An excellent price for this Belkin TuneStudio for iPod, this is £144 on the Dell website and similar prices at other retailers.

Belkin`s TuneStudio for iPod is the first 4-channel audio mixer that lets you create high-quality digital recordings directly onto your iPod. This mixer allows the input of up to four different instruments or audio sources, and records the audio onto your iPod for instant playback. TuneStudio is compact, portable, and tough enough to withstand life in on the road. Bands can easily attach instruments and microphones to TuneStudio and record jam sessions directly onto an iPod. Podcasters can also use this device to record their shows either in a studio or on location

* Records directly to iPod in 16-bit, 44kHz quality
* Streams audio through built-in USB interface to and from a PC or Mac computer
* Each channel is equipped with 3-band EQ, pan and level controls
* Phantom-power-enabled XLR inputs provide up to 60 dB of microphone gain
* High-quality stereo compressor with makeup gain enhances audio dynamics and keeps audio levels within recording limits of the iPod
* Features one-knob compression control
* LEDs indicate master audio level, power status, peak indication, compressor


Manufacturer`s product code: F8Z109ea
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[mod]#1
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#2
I would imagine that this would be really good for bands to get rough demos together, especially if you're trying new material.

It beats the old 4-tracks of my day!
#3
good price
banned#4
I want one, and I don't even have an ipod.
#5
Does it have any kills for the channels? Cant see em tbh
#6
The 99p postage voucher above was the final straw for me. Ordered and Hot!
#7
could this be used for virtual DJ etc?
#8
I'm a little confused. So can you use this mixer to modify and adjust song already on your iPod? Just for example, I wanted to really crank the bass, or drums up on certain songs, would this mixer help?
#9
I have no idea what this does but I want it!
#10
TGHunter
I'm a little confused. So can you use this mixer to modify and adjust song already on your iPod? Just for example, I wanted to really crank the bass, or drums up on certain songs, would this mixer help?


Nope, this is just a mic mod, it will record from the inputs into a stereo memo track. Not that good on its own, it's ok when used with a computer - that way you can record multi-track etc. - if not it's all mixed down to one file.
#11
This can only ouput a stereo mix via the usb port, so only two tracks, not the full four can be recorded. I believe though, to record more than two tracks on a computer, requires a mixer several hundred pounds more than this, so for this price range it is good value.
#12
Ancient
This can only ouput a stereo mix via the usb port, so only two tracks, not the full four can be recorded. I believe though, to record more than two tracks on a computer, requires a mixer several hundred pounds more than this, so for this price range it is good value.


I have a Boss BR-864 cost about £150 I have it connected to my PC and can record 8 tracks but can have I think 64 "virtual' tracks and have full control over the mix with serveral inputs for my instruments, also has pre-loaded effects/amp modulation etc, oh and can use it standalone as it records to CF too, would be better looking at something like that if you're serious about recording.

http://www.bosscorp.co.jp/products/en/_support/om.cfm?ln=en&dsp=0&iCncd=34&iStcd=4
#13
This is a brilliant wee bit of kit for aspiring home recording enthusiasts.

You can use as an input into your computer and record two channels at a time. Which is probably more than anyone needs. unless you are recording drums or the likes in which case you probably need some more expensive.

I have just bought one to play about with and for portability and getting down little ideas instantly and easily, this is perfect!!!

I have a lot more expensive kit than this but would imagine that I will probably use this more often! :)
#14
3% Quidco aswell.
#15
Could you not just mix on the computer using software, rather than this?:whistling:
#16
d_dixon50
I have a Boss BR-864 cost about £150 I have it connected to my PC and can record 8 tracks but can have I think 64 "virtual' tracks and have full control over the mix with serveral inputs for my instruments, also has pre-loaded effects/amp modulation etc, oh and can use it standalone as it records to CF too, would be better looking at something like that if you're serious about recording.

http://www.bosscorp.co.jp/products/en/_support/om.cfm?ln=en&dsp=0&iCncd=34&iStcd=4


Boss looks good but where u get urs from, can't find any for less than £400?
#17
Humss
Boss looks good but where u get urs from, can't find any for less than £400?


Second that, for £150 that Boss looks very good value but where is it at that price?

Edit: A look on Google suggests it has been discontinued so presumably a sale bargain somewhere.
#18
Its now £54 quid + 2.99 p&p using code 'GIMMEMOREOFF'.

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