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Tascam brings Portastudio to the iPad

Tascam has introduced the Portastudio application for the Apple iPad bringing 30 years of easy-to-use home recording to the popular device.

Tascam has introduced the Portastudio™ application for the Apple® iPad™ bringing 30 years of easy-to-use home recording to the popular device. Based on the PORTA ONE recorder that revolutionized recording in 1984, the Portastudio app records up to four tracks, one at a time, with VU meters and a cassette transport contributing a vintage vibe.

Audio can be recorded using the iPad mic or a headset microphone connection, while input trim and limiting are applied. Pan, level, high and low EQ are available for mixing, and final stereo tracks are saved as WAV files with CD-quality inside iTunes®.

The Tascam Portastudio is available now on the iTunes App Store.

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By our press release coordinator Monday January 3, 2011
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