Boss BR-532 vs. Tascam DP01

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  1. skydog

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    Any thoughts on these 2 models. I'm going to buy one or the other and can't decide on which one.
     
  2. bigroy

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    I like the BR-532.

    Here is a link to a little song idea that I did a few years ago. I think it's a great songwriting tool. All the guitars were direct into the BR, using it's onboard simulations. Not a great song, but you can get an idea. I like the drum tracks too. Again, nothing too complicated, but great for putting something together in a hurry. I did this one in about 20 minutes or so.


    http://www.garageband.com/artist/stevemichael
     
  3. lespauldude

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    I've had the Boss BR-532 for about 4 years. It's a great demo tool.
    The drum track selection aint the greatest, but all around it's easy to use
    and the recording quality is pretty good.
     
  4. skydog

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    Thanks to all. Steve: cool tune. nice touch to clint eastwood in the beginning w/ the whistle! by chance did you ever own a seigmund midnight special?
     
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    Never owned a midnight special, but lot's of others, just ask my wife:Spank
     
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    Just curious because Chris Seigmund told me that the amp I own was originally purchased by someone in Greencastle Indiana.
     
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    In a town of 8500, I would guess that I know most of the players. However, we have a small liberal arts college, DePauw University, that might have someone into the boutique amp market. I'm interested now to find out who it might be. Never know when you might need a vintage tube late on Saturday night!!

    Seriously, PM me with more info, as I've never owned a Seigmund.
     
  8. MarkWorth

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    i use the 532 to record straight, then i import into Sonar for production/fx/etc


    you can check my sig for results...

    edit-oops, that's just on HC, www.myspace.com/itiswell
     

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