Ideal for live sound recording or studio use
24 balanced TRS jacks for all analog I/Os
6 recording formats
24 bit resolution
96 kHz frequency
Optional DVD-RAM drive
Record 24 tracks simultaneously - ideal for live performance recording
24 TRS balanced jacks for all analog I/Os. Balanced/unbalanced selectable (ref. level: 12dB/-20dB)
56 track digital recording with no compression (24 tracks plus 32 additional 'ghost tracks'/ 8 tracks plus 48 additional tracks for 24bit/96k)
6 recording formats: 24bit / 96kHz, 24bit / 88.2kHz, 16bit / 44.1kHz, 16bit / 48kHz, 24bit / 44.1kHz, & 24bit / 48kHz)
128 times oversampling delta-sigma 24bit AD/DA
ADAT I/O (S/P DIF switchable)
Program Chain Play mode
Twin drive bays. Secondary bay may be fitted with optional 2nd hard drive or DVD-RAM drive for back-up
Export & import .WAV song files
Level envelope display aids easy audio with undo & redo
Non-destructive 99-time Copy/Paste & Move/Paste editing across programs (songs)
Virtual timecode track function
Unlimited chronological editing UNDOs (dependent disc space)
6 point edit memory & 99 locate point memory
MTC/MMC & FEX implemented for external MIDI contro
Multiple tempo and signature changes per song
MIDI clock with song position pointer
Handy ‘All Input’ & ‘All Ready’ feature
RS-422 remote connector
Optional Ethernet and timecode cards
Virtual Timecode Track
The "Virtual Timecode Track" feature allows recording of timecode from internal or external sources to a ‘virtual timecode track’ keeping all tracks free for audio.
ADAT Interface - 24-track simultaneous recording & data archive
The ADAT™ Digital Interface is present on machine. This can be used for importing and exporting of ADAT compatible material, archiving sessions to the ADAT format and for interfacing to the new breed of digital mixing consoles. By recording using the ADAT interface the number of simultaneous recording tracks available is maximised to 24.
Hard drives can be specially formatted to enable the Multiple Undo feature. When formatted in this way, all recording takes are given a unique time ‘stamp’ by the internal clock and saved to a separate part of the drive, (the number of takes is only dependent by the disk space available). By using the Multiple Undo function you can ‘jump’ back to any previous take with a simple button push.
A computer-based digital multitrack set-up might be fine for studio use, where you can work around limited inputs and complex operational issues, but when it comes to live recording they simply don’t cut it.
There’s only one chance to capture the performance. One chance to capture the magic.
You need a solution which is tough, reliable, proven, rack-mountable, expandable and with enough inputs for the whole band.
In short, you need the new Fostex D2424LV.
This ultra-high specification 24 track digital recorder is simply the most capable, most flexible, best sounding, and easy to use digital multitrack ever.
24 TRACKS, 24 BALANCED I/Os
No matter what the performance is, rock, theatrical, jazz, or worship, you need inputs. So for maximum flexibility, each of the D2424LV’s 24 digital recording tracks has it’s own analog input and output on TRS jack. These I/Os can be set to function as +4dBu balanced or -10dBV unbalanced ensuring maximum connectivity with consoles and effects.
In addition to the analog I/OS there are three ADAT™ Digital Interfaces (24 ADAT I/Os in total) for connection to the new breed of digital consoles.
AWESOME AUDIO QUALITY
Employing the latest 24bit A/D’s and D/As, the D2424LV’s high-definition recording engine offers sonically pure, no-compromise non-compressed multitrack recording in one of six audio formats, including the new 24bit / 96kHz and 24bit / 88.2kHz standards. All under the control of FDMS-3, Fostex’s intelligent disk management software.