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Review | In Tune, Nov 1986
Yamaha MT1X 4-Track Cassette Recorder
MIDI 4-track recorder
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Apr 1985
Yamaha MT44D Recording System
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Nov 1984
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1983
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Jan 1984
Review | Micro Music, Aug/Sep 1989
Eamonn Percival assesses the atributes of Amstrad's multi-track recorder
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Oct 1985
Multitrack Cassette Recorder
Neville Unwin puts this sophisticated home studio package through its paces.
Review | International Musician, Feb 1986
The portastudio that would be Nassau
Review | In Tune, Feb 1986
Review | One Two Testing, Jun 1984
keyboard, cassette and radio
Review | One Two Testing, Jan 1983
Clarion XD5500 4-track, XA5500 mixer. Fostex X-15
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1984
Review | Recording Musician, Mar 1993
Fostex MC102 Keyboard Mixer/Cassette Recorder
What a good idea — a stereo mastering cassette machine and a mixer in a compact rack package!
Review | Recording Musician, Oct 1992
Philips DCC 900 Digital Cassette Recorder
Philips' new consumer tape format tested under studio conditions.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1983
Review | Music Technology, May 1992
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.
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1991
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.
Review | Music Technology, Feb 1992
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.
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.
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1985
Review | Music Technology, Jun 1993
The cassette 4-track is still the focal point of the home studio, and Marantz have produced a serious challenger to the familiar Portastudio. How does it measure up? How will musicians’ take to it? How does Nicholas Rowland do it?
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jan 1985
Tascam Porta One
A sensational budget portastudio from Tascam, the Porta One, looks like being on most musicians' Most Wanted list. We bring it back alive.
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1992
Digital Compact Cassette Recorder
Philips hope that their new cassette-based DCC format will succeed where DAT failed — becoming the new consumer digital recording medium. Derek Johnson evaluates the world's first first DCC recorder.
Review | The Mix, Aug 1994
Four tracks made more affordable
Review | Music Technology, Feb 1990
Already established in hi-fi, Sansui have made their musical debut in the form of a number of multitrack cassette machines, among them the WSX1. Nigel Lord reckons the "studio in a box" is finally here.