Superscope Music Recording Systems

PMR61 Music Recording Systems

The PMR61 is clearly a different type of audio recorder. Its uncluttered, non-technical design and ease of operation is the key to the PMR61 design. Users will immediately recognize the lack of buttons and switches that often introduce risk into the recording process.

With a simple top panel layout consisting of only four buttons, the user has little opportunity for error. All critical setup functions are included in the touch screen menus, which not only gives immediate status during recording, but also allows for easy setup, navigation, and operation.

To record an Ensemble or Choir in stereo, place two mics in front of the group 5' ~ 10' feet apart. Raise the microphones around 6' high on each side of the director. The On-Stage boom stands offer easy adjustment and placement of the microphones until a balanced sound is achieved.

To record private lessons, use one microphone (or two - teacher and student). Record direct to internal solid-state memory, or record simultaneously to internal solid-state memory and popular USB flash drives. Record practice sessions and lessons on a USB flash drive for students to take home for practice.

To professionally capture a music performance from the best seat in the house - about 10 to 12 feet in the air above the conductor's head, consider Superscope's Conductor61 Recording System. Each component carefully selected for easy setup and professional results.

PSD450mkII Music Recording Systems

Recording music directly to CD-R (Compact Disc-Recordable) media continues to be a very popular recording media for music applications; and Superscope's Virtuoso Recording System, featuring the Superscope PSD450mkII, is one of our most flexible and convenient recording systems ever offered.

To record an Ensemble or Choir in stereo, place two mics in front of the group 5' ~ 10' feet apart. Raise the microphones around 6' high on each side of the director. The On-Stage boom stands offer easy adjustment and placement of the microphones until a balanced sound is achieved.

To record private lessons, use one microphone (or two - teacher and student). Record direct to CD-R, or record simultaneously to internal solid-state memory and popular USB flash drives. While the accompaniment is playing on the 450mkII, record both your students and the accompaniment directly to CD-R. Track progress, and reinforce your instruction using Record Review during practice; or review prior lessons archived on the internal solid state memory. Record practice sessions and lessons on a USB flash drive or CD-R for students to take home for practice.

To professionally capture a music performance from the best seat in the house - about 10 to 12 feet in the air above the conductor's head, consider Superscope's Conductor Recording System. Each component carefully selected for easy setup and professional results.


 

 

Virtuoso61 $1299

To record an Ensemble or Choir in stereo, place two mics in front of the group 5' ~ 10' feet apart. Raise the microphones around 6' high on each side of the director. The On-Stage boom stands offer easy adjustment and placement of the microphones until a balanced sound is achieved...Learn More

PMR61 Introduction Video
 

Conductor61 $1399

To professionally capture a music performance from the best seat in the house - about 10 to 12 feet in the air above the conductor's head, consider Superscope's Conductor61 Recording System. Each component carefully selected for easy setup and professional results...Learn More

PMR61 Introduction Video
 

Virtuoso $1299

Recording music directly to CD-R (Compact Disc-Recordable) media continues to be a very popular recording media for music applications; and Superscope's Virtuoso Recording System, featuring the Superscope PSD450mkII, is one of our most flexible and convenient recording systems ever offered...Learn More

Music Ed Workstation Video
 

Conductor $1399

To professionally capture a music performance from the best seat in the house - about 10 to 12 feet in the air above the conductor's head, consider Superscope's Conductor Recording System. Each component carefully selected for easy setup and professional results...Learn More

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