Recently acquired BR800 multi-track recorder in excellent condition, using it as a headphone amp as it has effects and drums onboard.
It also acts as a computer interface so can get access to the effects I have on my DAW too and this is part of the reason for me selling it, I predominantly use the Line6 effects I have in garageband so will be looking to downgrade to a basic audio interface.
The unit comes with original packaging and manual and power cable and usb cable.
Postage will be fully insured and cost £10.
BOSS continues its top-selling tradition of portable, affordable multi-trackers with the new BR-800 — a battery-powered studio to go. The sleek new design is made possible by touch-sensor switches and SD-card recording media. Up to four tracks can be recorded simultaneously with eight tracks of simultaneous playback plus an additional stereo track dedicated to the built-in rhythm generator. The BR-800’s powerful onboard effects processor includes GT-10/10B effects, VE-20 vocal effects and harmonies, and COSM-based acoustic-guitar body modeling. EZ Recording feature interactively guides through the recording process. A stereo microphone is also built into the BR-800 for instant “Song Sketch” recording. No matter where you roam, you’ll never miss a moment of musical inspiration with the BR-800.
The BR800 Features:
4-track simultaneous recording, 8-track simultaneous playback plus dedicated stereo rhythm track playback
EZ Recording interactively guides through the recording process
Powerful guitar, bass, and vocal effects derived from BOSS’s flagship processors
Song Sketch recording for quick stereo capture in WAV format
Built-in advanced drum machine with editor software
Functions as a USB audio interface and DAW control surface
Built-in stereo condenser microphone for instant recording
Sleek new interface based on touch sensors
SD included (supports up to 32GB SDHC card)
Runs on six AA batteries/USB bus power/AC adaptor (included)
I am wondering if this is of interest to anyone else?
I helped set up the match day commentaries for Poole Town FC and in the process developed a cable that enabled dynamic microphones to be used with mobile phones and tablets.
As you will have found out if you have tried to use the microphones supplied with, or designed for mobile devices, the electret capsules used have a unidirectional pattern that makes them all but useless for serious recording. The solution is to use a good quality dynamic microphone with a cardioid or hyper-cardioid polar response.
Sadly mobile devices such as iPhones, Android phones, iPads and other tablets do not recognise dynamic microphones and continue to use the internal mic, even when the correct cables and connectors are used.
The cable is more than a just a cable. It includes all the electronics needed to switch the mobile device to external microphone allowing any dynamic mic such as to be used with almost any mobile device.
Above is the original. The cost would be in the region of £20-25, mainly becuse quality 3.5mm 4 way connectors are expensive.
I got this mid last year but never rally got to use it much. Its very easy to use and for me more convenient than using a computer for recording. I just haven’t needed to do any. Runs on batteries so very portable.
Has stereo mics for acoustic recording, works as a computer interface, has effects, amp sims etc. Programmable drum machine. Can do sampling as well i believe. It really is a great all rounder.
As you can see its in great condition, no damage at all. I’d say like new. Unfortunately i cant find the box or English manual.
PDF manual is located here. Also comes with a code for Cubase LE.
Looking fro £125. I’d prefer to meet up in central london, but happy to post for £10 more to UK mainland. It will be well packaged.
I have dragged myself into the 21st century by putting pdfs of song sheets on my Samsung galaxy S2 tablet which is mounted on a stand. I need to follow music sheets playing numbers unfamiliar to me with a new Ceilidh band I've just joined.
Is there an app that allows me to sequence the song sheets in order of the set list?