Musicians or anyone looking for a more professional recording device when compared to their smartphone, may be interested in the new high resolution audio recorder created and launched by Roland this week in the form of the R-07. The Roland R-07 audio recorder has been designed to provide mission-critical recording features in a small ultraportable device. Offering one touch Scene memory, and Hybrid Limiting ensure great sounding recordings no matter what the situation, says Roland.
Equipped with Bluetooth Qualcomm aptX technology for enhanced streaming and a companion application allowing you to control the digital audio recorder directly from your smartphone or supported smartwatch. Recorded audio can be played back via a Bluetooth speaker or wireless headphones depending on your preference.
Roland has included both Dual Recording and Hybrid Limiting to help stop ruin any vital recordings due to overload or clipping, and Roland says users need not worry about artefacts from aggressive limiting either as the R-07 can make two simultaneous recordings. One at full level and another at a lower level with increased headroom. If there’s unexpected clipping does occur in your main recording, the backup recording can be used to replace that section, although Hybrid Limiting can even handle this automatically.
The Roland R-07 audio recorder is now available to purchase priced at around $229, for more information and full specifications jump over to the official Roland website by following the link below.