Transom Tools: Marantz PMD 660
Review of the Marantz PMD 660, Solid-state digital recorder at Transom.org
Jeff Towne: The Marantz PMD 660
But they [digital recorders] also require some shifts of paradigm: we no longer record onto a master tape or disc, which will then be saved in an archive. Instead, audio is recorded to a memory card, then transferred to a computer, after which the card is erased and used again.
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