Microtrack 24/96 Review
Andrew DeVigal at Interactive Narratives writes a review of the new-ish M-Audio MicroTrack 24/96. Brief upshot: “Though I haven’t used it rigorously yet, I have to say that I’m quite impressed and happy with the purchase.”
It’s about one-fourth the size of the PMD 660. Takes longer to boot up. But the size is sweet, according to Andrew DeVigal.
The size was the reason I waited for this unit. And I’m glad I did. It’s about the same dimension as my iPod but thicker. So it’s easy to handle. And the menu button as well as the scroll wheel (that’s what they call it but it feels more like a rocker) on the opposite side makes navigating through the files and settings easily accessible with a single (right) hand.
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