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Whether or not you're one of the diehard analog folks who can't stand CDs because you think they sound too harsh, the fact remains that analog equipment (or what normal people call "tape recorders") is still the technology that people tend to start with, if only because it's generally cheaper. My first multitrack (a TASCAM Porta 03) cost barely over $200, and you'd have to pay near that just for most software to do decent quality digital recording on your computer...and we haven't started adding up the cost of the computer and the sound card yet!

This page will be the jumping-off point for links to information about a number of popular multitrack tape recorders and related equipment. First will be TASCAM...heck, they invented the whole thing!

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TASCAM

TASCAM (and that's not spelled Tascam, folks, it's an acronym, but I've been sworn to secrecy as to what it means) is not only the market leader in affordable multitrack recorders, but they also invented the things (Portastudio 144, about 20 years ago!).

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