Once again I’ll be at the North American Music Merchant (NAMM) show looking for cool products to review. If I find something super hot, and there is bandwidth available, I’ll be pushing it live via YouTube. You can watch it here, or simply go to Youtube.com/geekazine and subscribe to catch the videos recorded. NAMM Jan 19-21 2017 I will be covering NAMM from Jan 19-21st. I will also be doing some video for Full Compass – Check posts there, too. Gear for Live Stream I will be using my iPhone, and Teradek Live:Solo software. Additional Camera Gear for Coverage I’ll be bringing my newest camera in the Canon T6i with 24 mm and 50 mm lenses. Along with the Sony UWP V6 wireless as the trusted and true interview mic, I’ll be able to get a lot of great content for viewing. Join the Patreon to Help Coverage While I...
If you are not tech savvy and still need to set up a small recording studio, then Tascam has a solution for you. Track Factory is an all-in-one solution for you to start recording your songs and more. Jeff Laity of Tascam talks more about it.
About Tascam Track Factory
Track Factory contains an Intel NUC core i5 computer with Windows 10 and their Cakewalk SONAR professional DAW software. The NUC contains 8 GB RAM, 3 GB cache, a 256 GB SSD, USB 3.0 ports for keyboard, mouse, and other devices, Mini Display 1.2 port, Mini HDMI 1.4a port and both Ethernet and Wifi inside.
— geekazine (@geekazine) January 19, 2017
The box is rounded up with Bluetooth 4.2, although it’s probably not best to edit audio files with Bluetooth headphones due to latency issues.
You also get Keyboard, mouse, Tascam’s US 2×2 interface, and a medium-diaphragm condenser microphone with shock mount.
The only item you have to purchase separately is the monitor.
Track Factory will be out in March and cost $1,299