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DJs, you know the situation: inspiration hits and you want to record a new live mix to share with friends or promoters online. The only issue is there's no fast or hassle-free way of capturing the moment without the need of a computer and recording software. Reloop has created a smart solution to this problem with the launch of Tape, an easy and secure digital recording device with the retro design of the beloved mixtape.
3 basic steps
With Tape there are only 3 basic steps: 1) Connect your USB drive. 2) Connect your mixer and input cable. 3) Press the record button. And that's it!
Tape is versatile
The beauty of Tape is that your mixes are recorded in digital MP3 format straight onto a USB drive. There's no need to burn the recording—you can simply pass it on to friends or feed it directly to your media player. Thanks to the phono/line switch and a built-in a turntable grounding post, digitalizing your vinyl classics is also a breeze. Even mixers that do not feature a separate record output can be connected since Reloop has included a smart THRU port which routes the signal through Tape and then out to the amplifier or speakers. The possibilities are highly versatile.
Built-in controls and indicators
The recording quality can be adjusted to 192 or 320 Kbps via a switch, depending on your requirements and available storage space. Even in dark surroundings like nightclubs, convenient status LEDs keep you informed about the active power supply, whether a USB storage device is connected, current recordings, and whether the incoming levels are in the green or not.