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Clarion & Fostex

Review | One Two Testing, Jan 1983
Clarion XD5500 4-track, XA5500 mixer. Fostex X-15

Fostex 160 Multitracker

Review | Music Technology, Dec 1986
Four-track Cassette Recorder

A new mid-price four-track machine from the people Tascam love to hate. Paul White finds it to be elegant, well designed, and startlingly good value.

Fostex 250

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1981
4-track Recorder/Mixer

Fostex 260 four-track

Review | Making Music, Jun 1986

Fostex X-15 Multitracker

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1983

Fostex X18

Review | Music Technology, May 1992
Cassette Multitracker

If you're looking for a cost-effective way to add multitrack tape recording to your sequencing setup, it couldn't come much more cheaply than with Fostex' X18. Simon Trask goes back to basics with this new cassette multitrack.

Fostex X28

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1991
Cassette Multitracker

Policemen look younger, you start to disown parts of your record collection and, just as surely with the passing of time, entry-level cassette multitrackers sprout more inputs and features. Dave Lockwood tries to keep up with the Fostex X28.

Fostex X28

Review | Music Technology, Feb 1992
Cassette Multitracker

When cassette multitrackers were new they said everybody should have one - now that there are machines like the X28 around, everybody can. Nigel Lord says small is beautiful.

Fostex X30

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1987

Take the Fostex X15, restyle it, add new features, raise the price by the cost of a dirty weekend in Blackpool and you've got their new X30 multitracker. Nicholas Rowland finds out if they're on the right track.

Teac 244 Portastudio, Fostex 250 Multitracker.

Review | One Two Testing, Jan 1983

Which One Would You Choose?

Review | Topic: Recording | Sound On Sound, Mar 1988
Three 4-tracks

Is it possible to get expensive sounds from inexpensive equipment or is the poor person's multitrack merely an expensive toy? David Mellor looks at three entry-level recorders - Tascam Porta 05, Fostex X30, and Yamaha MT2X - and asks 'Which one would you choose?'.

We found these other (non-review) articles that are linked to this gear:-

Fostex 250 Multitracker

User Report | Home & Studio Recording, May 1984

Fourplay

Feature | One Two Testing, Jun 1984
Four Track Cassettes

A survey of all the popular machines including TEAC, Fostex, RSD, Clarion, Yamaha and Cutec

This article has no OCR bodytext.Prize Draw / Survey

Competition | Electronic Soundmaker, Apr 1984

Survey the Fostex 250

X-15 Multitracker in Action

Feature | Home & Studio Recording, Sep 1983

Making demos with the latest multitrack machine!

 

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