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It's been over three‑and‑a‑half years since Zoom released the HD16, and they're still maturing the hybrid recorder/control surface concept that it introduced. The R24 probably functions slightly better as a stand‑alone music‑production device than as a control surface and interface.
Twenty-four tracks to record to., Eight tracks of simultaneous recording, even when acting as a DAW interface., Useful rhythm composition and sample-triggering and editing features., Very intuitive to use as a recorder.
Counter‑intuitive in some areas., Not all controls have remote functionality., Small screen makes some editing jobs hard work., Effect and patch operations can only be conducted when the project sample rate is 44.1kHz.
zoom r24, 3.5 stars ..this is better than average rating.tascam and others make Multi Track Recorders,butthey seem to have even MORE problems on basic recording...use this as a recorder, it is ok,,,IF YOU NEEDall 8 tracks inputting at once, and if u need 6 of these ascondenser mics, yes..
I use this as a interface with my reaper software, works awesome and you can't beat the price
I only just recently picked one of these up. I have an old Tascam 414 4-track tape recorder and another old Tascam DP-01 8-track digital recorder. Both of these units were and still are great, but I wanted to upgrade to a newer multitrack recorder.
Very excellent and distinctive happy to deal with him
Hubby is the singing pro but I've got very comfortable as the assistant with this setup. Haven't mastered all the bells and whistles yet but both learning and progressing daily. It's the first place we head to in the mornings! It is amazingly powerful with professional output. Awesome buy.
I have a Zoom R-24 and use it with Studio One Artist 3 as a control surface and audio interface. I was amazed that all you had to do was pick a Mackie control from Studio One and behold the faders and transport working seamlessly.
I had been working with an old Fostex MR8-HD for years until it started being unreliable. Went to a laptop/USB Interface/software solution but it added more stuff to transport and more setup time even when recording at home. On a whim I decided to try out the R24 and have been thrilled with it!
Still learning how it all works, but what I have done has been fantastic. I'm old school so a little slow but its been a blast.
I own a Zoom Q4, very impressed with the quality. Was looking at the R16 multi-track, but found a "dent & scratch" R24 for the same price. Was told of the 45 day satisfaction guarantee, so I took a chance.
Having used an H4n I am familiar with Zoom's intuitive operation and the R24 only expands on the ease of use. The operation manual is surprisingly simple and laid out in a practical order with helpful hints and notes. The R24 is equally useful as a "sketchbook" or for larger projects.