8-track Digital Recorder/Audio Interface with 2-track Simultaneous Recording, 8-track Playback, 64 Virtual Tracks, and COSM Effects
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Boss MICRO BR BR-80 image 1
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This Multitrack Recorder Fits in Your Pocket

The BOSS MICRO BR BR-80 is the ideal multitrack recorder for guitarists and recording musicians. With 8 tracks of playback and 64 virtual tracks for overdubs and alternate takes, the BR-80 takes you from inspiration to production without getting in your way. The BR-80 gives you more than multitrack recording capabilities - with its built-in stereo condenser mic you can capture live recordings without missing a beat.

Once you're done recording, you can use the MICRO BR BR-80's eBand mode to practice your solos or work on your arrangement! With the combination of multitrack recording capabilities with practice tools and a no-fuss interface, the BR-80 should be considered indispensable to the recording musician on the go. Best of all, the BR-80 functions as an audio interface for your USB-equipped Mac or PC for seamless transitions between recording on-the-go and polishing your tracks in your home studio!

BOSS MICRO BR BR-80 Features at a Glance:
  • COSM amps and effects for a huge variety of guitar tones
  • Multitrack record mode gives you 8 playback tracks and 64 virtual tracks
  • Live record mode uses built-in stereo condenser mic to capture in-the-moment stereo recordings
  • eBand mode gives you ultra-useful practice tools, such as tempo adjustment and center-channel cancellation (to remove pre-recorded vocals and guitar solos)
  • Records to SD/SDHC card (up to 32GB)
Record Your Next Hit Anywhere You Like with the BOSS MICRO BR BR-80!

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Tech Specs

Simultaneous Rec Tracks 2
Simultaneous Play Tracks 8
Sample Rate 44.1kHz
Bit Rate 24-bit
Effects Yes
EQ Yes (Mastering)
Compression Track compression and multiband mastering compression
Number of Mic Preamps 1
Audio Interface Yes
Computer Connectivity USB
Built-in Mics 2 x Condenser
Analog Inputs 1 x 1/4", 1 x 1/8" (Stereo)
Analog Outputs 1 x 1/8" (Stereo)
Storage SD/SDHC
Power DC 9V Adapter (Sold Separately), 2 x AA batteries, USB Bus
Height 0.86"
Depth 3.4"
Width 5.4"
Weight 0.3 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number BR-80

Customer Reviews

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Love it!

Just love my unit.. Boss BR 80... I have a problem, my own fault..duh , i wanted to delete many songs of the e Band play list when I purchased it...I deleted the whole thing.. What can I do... I at look at downloads, don't kow if I want to do that, could do more damage ?! I can't seem to buy a new sim card of have it just replaced, don't understand why..Any ideas folks..Thx..

New, but so far...

I got this because I like to play guitar and I like to do things by myself. When I was younger I was in a few bands, but nothing serious. I never got serious. I do things for my own happiness. I already love this little gadget. It's new so my rating is just on a brief look. But so far I like it a lot. What I will say is I was blown away at the service side of my order. Marshall Oliver couldn't have been more conscientious about my purchase with Sweetwater. Called to make sure the delivery address was all correct and with follow up like that I am sure to purchase from Sweetwater again! My order even included a personal touch! A big thank you to all the people at Sweetwater for a great shopping experience! Thanks, - Bob in Milwaukee

Excellent Instrument

Fully integrated and flexible, with good quality sound
Music background: Drums, Guitar, and Keyboards (Hobbyist)

Excellent device!

The BR 80 is excellent. It is packed with features. Effects, built in drum machine, 8 track multitracker, stereo recorder, mastering effects. You can create some very convincing demos on this thing. Is it perfect?...well, it is very close. It can even be handy as just an effect. I had a gig on bass ( I am normally a guitarist) took the BR 80 and my bass. Pluged into the PA and used the bass guitar efx in the br 80....worked great. This is the swiss army knife of portable multi trackers. It has more bang for the buck than any of the rest in this size/ price range. Sweetwater has tip top service, as always. Thanks.
Music background: guitarist/recording engineer

Great Trainer and Idea Capture Device

I'm a guitarist with a modest home studio but, since my daughters birth I haven't been able to spend as much time in the "Man Cave" as I would like. Not that I'm complaining I just needed to retool to something portable so that I could practice while keeping an eye on my daughter. I first tried the 4 trk Micro BR and really enjoyed it but, it was lacking in odd meter metronome functions and the ability to import midi files. So I returned it and ordered the BR-80. It is well laid out for such a small interface. If you are expecting a lot of versatility in workflow this is not your machine. It really is designed as a practice aid and idea capture device. You could with some effort produce a fairly good song with this device but, it really shines when used in conjunction with a computer running a software suite like Sonar, Garage Band or Pro Tools. My current workflow involves using Sonar X1 or Guitar Pro 6 to create a backing track and then load it on to the BR-80. I can then either jam with it as an eBand song or record my guitar part in the multi-track mode. The rhythm functions really are only good as a glorified metronome. The SMF(midi) import function works well if you need to load in irregular beat progressions or entire midi drum tracks. The sound of the kits is pretty primitive but more than antiquate for tracking along with. So, for my situation this really fits the bill. I can export the audio from Sonar to the BR-80 and then record additional tracks. I then can upload the track to my computer and integrate it back into the Sonar project.
Music background: Guitarist and recording engineer
See also: USB Interfaces, Boss, Boss USB Audio Interfaces, Boss Digital Multitrack Recorders