Summary: I have an old model of this audio interface(Tascam US-122). I had heard that it doesn't work with win seven 64 bit. But, now that i have it, I could find a way to use it by win7 64bit. Following are the instructions. 1. Download Tascam US-122 drivers from their website (click here for link). Make sure to download v. 3.40 for Windows Vista and XP. 2. Find the downloaded driver file, unzip if necessary and RIGHT click the installation (.exe) file.
Summary: I've had this product for just a few weeks, and I must say I'm pretty happy with it. I'm interfacing with a MacBook Pro, and no problems. The case is solidly built, durable. All the functions perform well on it, and not having a separate power supply (supplied through USB) is a nice bonus. The only knock I have is that the knobs are real cheap, thin plastic.
Summary: FIRST OF ALL SPECS: The TASCAM US-122 USB Audio/MIDI Interface features 2 XLR phantom-powered mic inputs with inserts, 2 line-level ins switchable to guitar level, 16 channels of MIDI I/O, and adjustable zero-latency monitoring! Includes Cubase LE recording/sequencing software, 2 line outs with level controls, and headphone out with level control. Self-powered through USB, making it perfect for mobile recording with a laptop.
Summary: This is a perfect usb recorder for those who are in the middest of the pro level. It worked well with 32bit windows. But installing the drivers in 64bit windows ended with a crash. So installation was incomplete. Do not know if it is an issue connected with my windows settings! Excluding this everything was working fine. Sturdy functional controls and buttons, pro aesthetic looks and curves. Above, all very handy for offline recordings.
Summary: I purchased this item to start recording music for a My Space page. It was a great all-in-one package with PC interface, mic and cable, headphones and recording software. I thought the mic and headphones would be cheappies but to my surprise they were good quality pieces. Am very pleased.....
Great for creating a quick demo or your masterpiece
3 August 2009
Summary: I bought this based on good reviews, plus the very reasonable price. I was able to get up and running quickly and within an hour had laid down a basic four-track recording of one of my grooves. The controls are intuitive, and I found the Cubase software to be surprisingly easy to use (contrary to some of the reviews I had read). Overall I'm very happy, I recommend this to anyone who wants to lay down some ideas quickly, easily, and with good quality.