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Home > Classifieds > AstroNOT Classifieds > AstroNOT - Non-Astronomy Items > Classified #194824

For Sale: Yamaha Professional Digital Audio Workstation

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MD8 is a self-contained personal digital 8-track recording and mixing system. Crystal clean, dynamic sound quality. The MD8 records digitally with a sampling frequency of 44.1kHz, delivering flat frequency response from 20Hz to 20kHz with inaudible 0.02% total harmonic distortion (at 1kHz), at a signal-to-noise ratio of 96dB. The MD8 has zero wow and flutter and zero pitch fluctuation. This formatting permits 18-minutes of 8-track recording, 37-minutes of 4-track recording, 74 minutes of stereo recording, and 148-minutes of mono recording. Eight tracks can be recorded simultaneously, which means you have the option of laying your tracks live performance down as is, as well as overdubbing additional parts to your heart's content. Equipped with MIDI In, Out and Thru terminals, plus various MIDI control options such as MIDI Time Code (MTC) transmit which permits the MD8 to control play of an MTC-compatible music sequencer or desktop music system, plus MIDI Machine Control (MMC) receive which permits an external MIDI sequencer to control play of the MD8. High-quality 8-channel mixer section. Each channel has a 3-band EQ section This unit is new and in excellent condition. $750.00

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