Zoom R16 Tutorial217
Learning how to take your new Zoom R16 to the next level has never been easier thanks to the official Zoom R16 DVD Video Tutorial.
Zoom took the world by storm with the first digital recorder with 16 track playback plus the ability to record 8 tracks simultaneously using standard SD cards. But the USB capabilities of this powerful recorder take it over the top. Not only is it a rock solid stand alone multitrack recorder, it's also a 24 bit 96K high quality I/O audio interface and control surface so you can remotely start/stop and control your faders on your favorite audio application like the included Cubase Le.
This comprehensive training DVD taught by David Wills (Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Phil Collins and Diana Ross) goes over every detail of your new Zoom R16 with over 2 hours of up close personal instruction.
Take your recording skills to the next level and pick up the official Zoom R16 DVD today!
Front Panel Overview
YOUR FIRST RECORDING
What is Multitracking?
Creating a Song
Recording to a Rhythm Guide
Recording an Acoustic Guitar
Overdubbing a Bass Guitar
Overdubbing a Vocal
Playback and Mixing
Perform a Punch
Using Insert Effects
Mixing down your Song
Connecting a Computer
Using as an I/O
Using as a Control Surface
I highly recommend this especially if you are clueless or have no experience using this product. You will not be disappointed. Thanks to the very knowledgeable David for the very thorough tutorial, simple to follow and understand.
I learned a great deal about recording terminology along with how to use my Zoom R16. It was very basic for a beginner, which is just what I needed. The instructor was clear in his instruction and gave good examples. He walked me right through things step by step. Instead of talking about recording, he showed me how as he was doing it. Extremely helpful.
Excellent tutorial - saved me hours of trying to work out how things worked and also gave me clear guidance on what is fundamentally important to understand and therefore how to effectively use the Zoom - nearly a year after I’d bought it and had kept thinking I must learn how to use this properly!
This tutorial is great! Just what I needed to get started. David goes step-by-step, slowly, and explains those steps as he goes. Two thumbs up!
The Zoom R16 is just what I was looking for to do on-site live recording of small music group. However, I found that the User's Manual that came with the R16 left something to be desired. The video tutorial was extremely helpful. I learned more about the R16 by viewing this video tutorial - it;s about 2 hours - than hours and hours of study of the User's Manual. I highly recommend the Zoom R16 DVD Video Tutorial as a companion to the User's Manual.
Great tutorial on a great recorder. The Zoom R16 rocks. I got my DVD in two days. I recorded a garage band and the band was amazed at the results, they were very very happy.
A great tutorial,very well presented for my Zoom R16 . David is an amazing teacher.He explains everything in details in a simple, friendly logical way that anybody could easily understand .This tutorial will save me hours of reading the manual !Thanks Mate ..Sam B. ,Toronto ,Canada
I found this to be one of the most useful tutorials I have ever used. Remarkably well done. I have had my R16 for some time but have not known enough to get everything out of it that I thought I should. The Zoom documentation is woefully lacking. This has been great. I would have liked to have seen more on using it with Cubase LE as it got a bit hurried at the end.
Very helpful on some features, and as an overview. It glosses over others and refers to an additional DVD package. It's understandable that one lesson can't cover everything. I wish the Zoom manual and this DVD would explain send-return at a beginner level, for example.
This is a very well done video. I spent way too much time trying to read through the manual and figure things out before I threw in the towel and bought this. This was a great investment. Everything is well structured and well presented. Someone mentioned poor video quality - not true. I watched it on a large 42" screen and it was very clear. Not HD, but perfectly clear. If you watch it on a PC you might get poor results due to restrictions that your PC is imposing which is probably what happened to one reviewer.