Nicolas Kyvernitis Electronics Enterprises


on September 6, 2015


48-Track Recorder/Player


Ideally Suited for Many Configurations and Applications The R-1000 is an intuitive stand alone, dedicated recorder/player designed to work with the V-Mixing System in any live event or production. You can also connect and use the R-1000 with any digital console that has MADI output capabilities by using the Roland S-MADI REAC MADI Bridge. The R-1000 is based on REAC (Roland Ethernet Audio Communication) and eliminates the bulk and noise susceptibility typically associated with analog snakes and replaces it with Cat5e/6 (Ethernet/LAN) cable. Records in Standard Broadcast WAV Format
R-1000 Features
Records in Standard Broadcast WAV Format • Records up to 48 tracks of 24-bit audio in BWF format • Removable Hard disk drive ensures smooth integration with DAWs • Approximately 20 hours recording (44.1/48 kHz) using 500GB HDD • Stable and reliable capturing live audio Multitrack Playback for a Variety of Applications • Plays up to 48 tracks of 24-bit audio via REAC • Data can be loaded from external devices • Marker function enables playback at any designated point • Analog monitor output and a headphone output Flexible Enough to Fit into any Configuration • Connect with any V-Mixer and control directly from the console • Connect with any REAC Digital Snake product • Versatile feature set including video sync, timecode, GPI and RS-232C • USB ports for backing up data and connecting PC for further software control • Use with any MADI equipped console in combination with optional S-MADI Ideal for Virtual Sound Checks, Rehearsals, Playback and Training • Connect the R-1000 inline between V-Mixer and Digital Snake for selectable playback or record • Channels can be set to "pass thru" live from the digital snake inputs, record live input or playback from recorder • Run a complete sound check to tune the room in a new venue with no need for musicians to come early • Select the musicians (channels) missing from a rehearsal and continue anyway • Select all or group of channels for selective audio engineering training