The review, seen at www.newschoolaudio.com/
“In use, the Zoom R16 works pretty intuitively. It’s easy to use – simply connect your sound source and you can hear the mix directly from the Zoom R16 using either the stereo outs (for monitors) or through your single headphone out,” said John Redick, Founder and Webmaster of New School Audio.
A portable recorder, the Zoom R16 comes as a compact, rugged little box with USB input, eight analog inputs, and built-in microphones. The Zoom R16 may be powered by USB, AC, or six AA size batteries, which can power the device for 4 hours. The portable device also functions as an audio interface allowing the user to record directly into a Mac or PC.
“The Zoom R16 is a quiet machine, which certainly is a bonus when you’re doing room recordings. You have the option to enable up to 99 automated and manual drop-ins for longer recordings (like live gigs),” added Redick.
Aside from equipment reviews, New School Audio also offers mixing and mastering tips, studio sound and live sound tips, and the latest on audio news. More information on New School Audio may be seen on the site www.newschoolaudio.com, as well as reviews of other audio recording and control equipment.
New School Audio may be reached through John Redick at firstname.lastname@example.org.