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Belkin TuneStudio – turn your iPod into a mixing studio…and profit?

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The Belkin TuneStudio is a clever looking piece of kit, no doubt. Slot your iPod into the socket and you can start recording your band and instruments for posterity in CD quality. Four inputs, 3 band EQs for each channel, phantom power for pro mics and lots of lovely shiny knobs. What more could you possibly want eh? A what? A record deal? Pah! £179.95.

 The first ever 4-channel audio mixer for iPods. The new portable TuneStudio from Belkin allows you to mix and record your musical instrument or band in CD quality, using up to 4 different instruments/microphones. Records to iPod for instant playback. * Streams audio through built-in USB interface to and from PC or Mac * Compatible with all 5G/Nano iPods * 16-bit 44kHz sound * 3-band equaliser, pan and level controls for each channel * Phantom power-enabled XLR inputs provide 60dB mike gain…

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


3 Comments

  • This is so cool

  • God, I want to have this gadget! You see, I’m really fond of impressing other people through my song remixing skills.

    I have an iPod and I couldn’t imagine it can be used in mixing if accompanied with the Belkin TuneStudio. Great!

  • These gadgets are great little mixing studios and the sound quality is superb. Look at close ups of the board and you will see that many of the same attributes of “larger” mixing boards are incorporated. If you want a portable mixing board direct to ipod, these are great.

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