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    Hi,
    How would I go about recording or importing sitar, steel drum, moog patches/sounds into BR 800 User Bank to play with my guitar and keyboard.

    Thanx

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    'Patches' - you can't. You can import WAV files, in other words complete musical parts, but not the sound to be used as an IR or an effect.
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    Mike, can I Import a 2~3 second wav file of a single sitar note from laptop and save it br800 user bank?

    Then play that file in user bank with keyboard or guitar changing the note/key of imported file as i hit my different guitar strings or keys on synth...

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    No. There is no 'user bank'. You're thinking of a 'sampler'. Not aware of any stand-alone recorder that offers that feature, although some workstation keyboards can be used as samplers and have built-in recorders..
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    Digital Recorder (Boss BR800) vs Synth Workstation (Yamaha MoxF8)


    Which option do you think produces better sounding multitrack recordings (vox & guitar going through Yamaha Line IN and utilizing its effects/samples).

    And is the final mix that different if audio sample rate and bit depth are similar on both options?

    TY

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    Two totally different approaches. Keyboard workstations are made for keyboard work/sequencing. Some also offer the ability to record external inputs. What are your ultimate goals in recording. Most people here will tell yuo that using a DAW (computer recording software) is the way to go. If you want a sampler, buy a sampler and record it's audio output through an audio interface into a DAW.
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