TASCAM is the professional products division of TEAC Corporation of Japan, and has it's HQ in Montebello, California.
Tascams first products were introduced in 1970's with the advent of low-cost mass-produced multitrack recorders. Tascam manufactured reel-to-reel tape machines and audio mixers for home recordists
Credited as the inventor of the Portastudio, the first cassette-based multi-track home studio recorders. Tascam also introduced the first low-cost mass-produced multitrack recorders with Simul-Sync designed for recording musicians. Tascam also manufactured reel-to-reel tape machines and audio mixers for home recordists from the early 1970s through the mid-1990s.
Tascam products have included Digital Mixers and Digital Multitrack Tape recorders such as their revolutionary DA-88 model, produced in 1933 as a competitor to the Alesis ADAT.
Tascam Featured Products
- Supercardioid Shotgun Microphone
- Shoe Adapter Attaches to Camera Shoe
- Records to microSD or microSDHC cards
- Records 16/24-Bit Files @ 44.1/48 kHz
- Equaliser with Four Presets
- TM-60 Cardioid Microphone
- Mic Cable
- Tabletop Mic Stand
- Mic Clip with 5/8" Screw
- Large-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
- Cardioid (Unidirectional) Polar Pattern
- 34mm Pure-Gold-Sputtered Diaphragm
- 10 dB Pad Switch
- Switchable High-Pass Filter
- Wi-Fi Enabled Control and File Transfers
- Stereo XY Condenser Microphone
- 2x Combo XLR Inputs
- 4-Track Multitrack Mode
- 24-Bit/96 kHz Recording