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4-Track Recorder

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4-Track Recorder (noun)

Type: noun

Pronunciation: /4-track-re-kor-dur/

Also spelled or known as: 4-Track, Four-Track Recorder

Plural: 4-Track Recorders, Four-Track Recorders

What does 4-Track Recorder mean?

4-Track Recorder is a recording device with 4 channels. An old form of recording audio.

A 4-Track Recorder (also known as a 4-Track) is a recording device with 4 channels. An old form of recording audio. The 4-Track Recorder was introduced in 1979, the Tascam Portastudio was the world’s first recorder to use standard cassette tape, which allowed home recording on a wide scale. This allowed artists to quickly create demos at home without all the studio costs back in the day.

4-Track Recorder synonyms: 4-Track

Example sentence: “Back in the day they recorded on a 4-Track Recorder.”

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Categories: Equipments & Gear
Tags: nouns
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