Belkin Ipod Recording Studio
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Throw Down Demos Right onto your Ipod
- By: Chris SklerykJan 7, 2007
This sounds like an amazing innovation. Perfect for the aspiring musician...like myself. If you don't have a mixing board, a fairly decent computer with a high end sound card, and the software to lay down tracks, mix, and tweak them(which can cost up to 600$ just for the software) but own an Ipod, than this Tunestudio going around $160-$180 sounds like music to my ears. Tunestudio has a 4 channel mixer(each channel has a three band equalizer) and supports 16-bit 44 KHz audio. You can also hook it up to your PC using USB, enabling you to edit tracks via PC software. With this Tunestudio I reckon you'll be able to lay down some pretty rockin tracks, fast tracking the road from garage band to Rock Star.