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Zoom R24 24 Track SD Card Recorder Interface and Controller

by Zoom

RRP: £369.00
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  • 24-track playback, 8-track simultaneous recording
  • Records directly to sd and sdhc cards up to 32gb for up to 100 track hours
  • Records mono and stereo wav files (16 / 24-bit, 44.1 / 48khz sampling rates)
  • Eight balanced mic/line/instrument-level inputs on xlr/trs combo connectors
  • 24-voice pad sampler (3 banks of 8 pads) with adjustable pad sensitivity
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.3 Kg
Product Dimensions37.6 x 23.7 x 5.2 cm
Batteries:6 AA batteries required. (included)
Item model numberR24
Country Produced Inchina
Screen Size2.1
  
Additional Information
ASINB003VOBLDW
Best Sellers Rank 12,061 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 Kg
Date First Available9 Sept. 2010
  
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Product Description

The Zoom R24 is the ultimate solution for creators looking to make their mark on the world. It provides everything you need to make professional studio-quality recordings: a 24-track recorder, a pad sampler, a rhythm machine, a DAW control surface and a computer audio interface, all in one portable unit. It even has its own built-in stereo condenser microphones as well as 8 mic/line/instrument level inputs and a chromatic tuner. In addition, the R24 offers a hundred different ways to polish your recordings, including compression, reverb, delay, amp models and mastering effects.

Box Contains

Operation manual 2GB SD card USB flash drive USB cable AC adapter (Zoom AD-14) Steinberg Cubase LE software

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Darren Wright on 5 April 2014
Having used this device now for all manner of things, I totally love it. I am in a 5-piece rock band (Grounds for Divorce) and we use this for multi-track recording of rehearsals and gigs - you can plug directly into it with your instruments via either standard XLR or 1/4" (although only input 1 has a hi-z switch for direct connection of electric guitars and basses - for other inputs you will need to DI or mic a cab). I also use it with one mic and an acoustic guitar for solo stuff. In-built drum machine, sampler and sequencer round out the package and the quality of the recordings is really first class. While this device will allow for simultaneous playback of 24 tracks, you can only record 8 at a time, normally plenty for what we do. You can also take a direct feed to the recorder from your FOH desk using a multi-core 1/4' snake and this also works really well. Phantom power on up to 6 channels (even on batteries) and with selectable voltage - great for condenser mice. In-built effects and processors (overdrives, amp sims, compressors, noise reduction, reverbs, chorus, delay, etc.). Great as a scratch pad for new song ideas, orchestras - anything you like where you need great quality multi-track digital recordings. Jeez - it even has a pair of built-in stereo electret mics!!! Mix-down and master directly on the unit itself with no need for a computer or DAW if you want to keep it simple. Takes a standard SD memory card but use at least a Class 4 so it is quick enough to cope. USB support for dumping your entire rehearsal or gig directly onto a memory stick (in multi-track) for immediate sharing with bandmates, etc. If you're struggling with the manual and the learning curve then check out my series of YouTube video tutorials here: [...]
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Neil sayce on 18 Dec. 2010
I bought this after looking at various other options and this just seemed to be fantastic value for money .I am glad to say although there are some missed opurtunities you certainly get a very portable high quality recorder .lets look at the pros first :The 24 tracks are more than enough and you can swap tracks around with 4 button pushes .It basically simulates a real analogue desk so if your old school you will quickly get up and running.The construction is good quality and the unit is so light and portable running for about 5 hours on rechargable batterys.This is ideal to take to band practice and record live drums for later overdubs ,it records 8 tracks simultaneously onto an sd card(included) and the memory capacity usage is efficient.The memory drive is noiseless and you can put any capacity sd card into it .I have recorded 3 songs so far on a 2 gb card and its only 40% full .The inputs are dual xlr & guitar jack and feel sturdy .As mentioned earlier the onboard mics are great and good for guide tracks and percussion .The onboard effects are great and you will get a good guitar & bass sound without micing up an amp .As it simulates a real desk there is only 2 send and return options one for reverb and one for chorus but thats fine by me .Also the mastering options are very flexible and you can lift and separate very efficiently if you know what i mean .Now lets look at the cons :I could be wrong here but ive read the book from back to front and i cant find a way to insert different effects into different tracks after the track has been recorded and save it to a track .ie there is no scene facility.Maybe this option is available when you link it to a pc via supplied software .Also the drum machine can only be played live to a metronome not a recorded song and this is annoying.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Tobin on 1 Jan. 2013
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Very pleased, this replaced my Zoom MRS1266 and I found this much easier to use and gave me an excellent production on my first attempt. I have not yet used it as an interface, but I'm very happy with its ease of use as a stand alone unit.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Colin Edwards on 23 April 2013
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I purchased the R24 because I kept experiencing latency issues during PC recording.
I also found PC recording time consuming, so I was looking for a tool to speed up the demo recording process.
The R24 exceeded my expectations.

24 tracks, excellent effects, mastering, built in drum machine, 4gb drum samples, built in condenser, pre amp, tuner, timestretch, usb to PC and cubase LE make this excellent value for money.
Also acts as a control surface in Cubase(and other DAW).

It took me around 20 mins to get going with the R24. The manuals are ok, but there is so much packed into the R24 you will be referring back to the manuals quite a bit to start with.

Pluses
Zero latency and the sound quality is everything I hoped for
Speeded up my recording process
Bargain price

Negatives
Programming the built in drum machine is a bit of a pain. You need to make use of the R24's sequencer and copy patterns onto seperate tracks to start with. There are a couple of good tutorials on you tube showing how to do this.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mike Bradford on 23 Nov. 2010
This is an excellent recorder with plenty of functions and features to keep any virtuoso occupied. Most importantly, the condenser speakers on the unit are impeccable. Coping very well with everything I throw at them(drums, piano, guitar etc). The only issue I have with this product is that it is quite complicated. As with all multi-track recorders it takes some getting used to. Overall, I'm very pleased with this but for me, it's the condenser mics that make this product, it's portability is something I have yet to test but that will be my next move.
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