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Edirol R-09

R-09 tech specs

  • Released: 2006
  • Company: Edirol
  • Type: Portable recorder
  • Sample rates: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
  • Sample resolutions: 16-bit, 24-bit
  • Tracks: stereo
  • Storage: SD card

The R-09 was a portable sound recorder released by Edirol in 2006.

It can write to SD cards at a 24-bit depth, making it both more convenient and higher quality than DAT. It even has a built-in stereo pair of microphones, making it great for both field recordings and simply jotting down musical sketches, while the line in is useful for recording a quick session of noodling around on a synth, ready for chopping up and sampling.




Stereo recorders: Aiwa HD-S1 | Casio DA-1 | Edirol R-09 | Sony PCM-F1