Line 6 BackTrack
24-bit/48khz Guitar Recorder with 1/4" Input and USB
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From Our Research Team:
Capture ideas anytime, anywhere!Line 6's BackTrack makes sure those fleeting moments of inspiration are documented, with no distracting fuss or complex preparations. BackTrack is "always on" and begins recording the second its 1/4" input detects a signal. Press the "Mark" button to separate your latest moment of creative genius from other snippets of inspiration and use the USB port to drag chunks of audio onto a computer. BackTrack can capture up to 12 hours of audio. Be ready for that special creative moment - use BackTrack!
Line 6 BackTrack 24-bit Guitar Recorder at a Glance:
Inspiration is spontaneous, and BackTrack is your guitar's instant replay button. Easy to use, BackTrack captures everything you play without ever hitting record. Always on, BackTrack begins recording as soon as it detects a signal through the quiet 1/4-inch input. Use the 1/4-inch output for immediate playback. Just set it and forget it for total inspiration control.
Easy to use, plenty of memory
Pressing the "Mark" button designates what you just played as special and separates it for easy review. The Forward and Reverse buttons provide instant recall of marked and non-marked ideas. BackTrack can capture up to 12 hours of audio. Saved as .WAV files to a rugged 1GB flash memory, the audio is easily transferred via USB 2.0 to your computer or recording software for further recording, editing or mixing. The USB connection also recharges the internal battery to its full capacity of over 8 hours.
Goes anywhere you need it
Sleek and low-profile, BackTrack fits in your gig bag as easily as it fits into your setup. At rehearsal, at the gig or at home, BackTrack is fully dedicated to capturing everything you play.
Line 6 BackTrack 24-bit Guitar Recorder Features:
Never lose your moment of creative genius with the BackTrack!
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Great way to record
by fromWanted an item to record some of what I was playing ,this did the job. Also great way to listen while you play with headphones..
August 6, 2012
The Line 6 BackTrack
by Jeff Horne from Napa,CAVery nice piece of equipment. I use right after my effects. So far I have used it to input various segments of my playing to my editing software to create songs. Before I would sit down at the pc with... read more [+] an interface and my guitar. I felt this inhibited my freedom of expression. Now with the backtrack my playing is more honest to what I want to express. Seems solid, the controls are as simple as can be, great little piece of hardware. close [-]
May 31, 2011
Music Background: Just love music
by Lisa Thompson from Fort Worth, TexasThe quality of the recording is simply amazing, and I'm thrilled with the ease of use.
December 30, 2010
Music Background: Pro vocalist, Mobile DJ
As a mobile wedding DJ, as well as professional vocalists, we're not the "normal" user of a piece ... read more [+]of equipment such as this, but to perfectly capture the audio during an event, this gem is priceless.
You did it again Line 6 - A real winner! close [-]
Line 6 Back Track
by Larry from El Sobrante, CA USAI don't know about other guitar players, but a lot of what I have learned is stuff that I have stumbled onto by accident. When that happens I have to keep going over and over it until it sticks in my... read more [+] head. Back Track makes it possible for me to record those riffs while they are fresh in my mind. It saves time and shortens my learning curve. close [-]
December 26, 2011
Music Background: Hobbyist
Patty, El Sobrante, CA