The new, integrated Recorder is as compact and simple to use as we could possibly make. Fitted into a standard Solid State square control panel, using intuitive and logical controls, the Recorder operates like a portable music player. The small control panel also means less clutter on the console. The recorder is also available with an iPod based wireless remote and as part of the Organist Palette.
Freed from the constraints of a MIDI recorder the engineers at Solid State dreamt up a high speed recording system that captures the organ performance exactly in the finest detail. The recorder captures the data stream from the MultiSystem at native speed and records it to internal memory. A USB port is provided if you want to save MIDI files to USB sticks. High sampling rates ensure precise playback of the performance including registration changes and expression.
Performance files may be exported as MIDI files to a USB stick and edited and renamed on a computer, then reloaded to the Recorder or read directly from the USB stick. Recorder will now show the new filename on the integrated display.
Recorder will also play any MIDI files from the USB stick, although you will have to manually register of course.
As always the recorder is available as an upgrade to the thousands of MultiSystems we have built. If you are wondering if this will be available for your organ please ask. We are always happy to help.
The Recorder is available in two versions:
Recorder for MultiSystem I - compatible with all MultiSystems shipped between 1990 and 2010.
Recorder for MultiSystem II - compatible with MultiSystem II which was introduced in 2011.
The Organ Recorder is added to the MultiSystem network where it stores the organ data on command from the control panel fitted to the console. Adding a Recorder is simple and requires space for the black box in the console plus fitting the control panel and USB socket to the console. The system only works with an Solid State MultiSystem.
Internal Storage 2GB Flash
External Storage USB
Voltages are 12 to 26-volt operation as standard..
Internal media: 2GB SD card capable of storing 100 performances of virtually unlimited length.
External media: USB capable of storing a further 100 performances of virtually unlimited length on each stick.
File format: MIDI direct record, data rate not affected by MIDI cable constraints
Data Connection: MultiSystem I via propriety MultiSystem PODI cable. MultiSystem II via Ethernet.
Power requirements: 12 to 32V DC organ current total consumption less than 1A.