If only for a moment.....
That's all wonderful and I love it.At what it does, and what it's designed to do, there still is very little (if anything) on the market that does it as well as the Model 16 and 24. It is fundamentally and at its heart, an analog console with a really great analog eq section. It is sonically a typical higher-end Tascam analog console that not only sounds as such but feels as such as well. From there it can be a great live console, including some really great onboard compression and digital FX's. It can also make a fantastic live-environment recording console with its onboard 24/44.1 recording abilities. With a higher-end memory card, I think I'd trust it to live recording more so than to a computer hard drive rig. It can serve as a tape deck style, stand-alone, all-inclusive, home recording solution. It can be a marvelous hybrid front-end to a DAW rig or it can be 24 channel mixer as a digital return from a DAW
It just doesn't do what I'd like it to do. Which is why I asked if it did what I wanted it to.
You have it the wrong way. I was trying to find out what it did because the video, much as I enjoyed it, wasn't clear to my non-techy mind. That she's not the gal for me and couldn't live in my primitive environ doesn't take away from her maidenly beauty and other qualities.Still looks good to me! You're kinda tryin' to pound a square peg into a round hole and then declaring the peg a shame