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Must See Superscope PSD400 Series
John Kuzmich Jr.

As an active music technologist since 1984 in the public schools, I pay attention to new teaching/learning opportunities. Teachers need more than technology toys to teach with. They need teaching tools that can multitask in a variety of ways to justify their expenses and at the same, get proven results: higher levels of musicianship. And digital/audio recorders are a must for today’s music educators.

While attending the inaugural JEN (Jazz Educators Network) conference in St. Louis last month, Superscope Technologies premiered a new series of professional portable audio recorders that include the music practice features Superscope is famous for…Tempo and Key Control, A-B Looping, Voice Reduction, Accompaniment Mode, and much more along with unique SD, hard disk drive recording and CD burner recording/storage options. And with expanded features such as battery operated portability, large color LCD display, foot pedal control and many more user-friendly features, their PSD410 and PSD450 units are truly oriented for teachers in the classroom, traveling and at concerts.

They even have advanced file editing and overdub and punch In/Out capabilities to make this unit a universal solution for nearly all music educator audio playback, practicing, transcribing and recording needs within a single package. See attached photo of their PSD450 being displayed at the Jamey Aebersold booth in this conference. It can even fit into your notebook computer bag.

See here for more information about the PSD450

See here for the new Superscope PSD400 series Video Tutorials

See here for additional  tutorials

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