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Tascam Unveils Two New MP3 Music Trainers [ Summer NAMM 2007 ]

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The Next Group of MP3 Trainers for Bass, Music and Vocals

Austin, TX (July 27, 2007) — TASCAM today introduced the new MP-BT1 Bass trainer and the MP-VT1 Music and Vocal trainer, with dedicated features for bass players, vocalist and other musical instrument players. The new MP3 trainers feature TASCAM’s innovative VSA technology (Variable Speed Audition (pitch control w/o affecting key).

“TASCAM’s family of MP3 trainers is the world’s first music player for musicians, and we’ve completely designed it to fit your instrument,” said Johnny DeLeon, TASCAM Product Channel Manager. “The new MP-BT1 for bass players and MP-VT1 for vocalists and other instruments gives musicians, students, and teachers, the ability to play and learn their favorite songs by slowing down the song without changing the pitch.”

With a stunning aluminum enclosure available in 3 versions, Guitar, Bass, Music/Vocal, there’s an MP3 trainer to match everyone’s individual style. The Intuitive design give musicians the features they look for. The MP-BT1 Bass trainer comes with a Hi-Z Bass input, multi effect for Bass, 7 bands Graphic EQ, Bass cut on MP3 Playback, and Bass range Booster & Enhancer on MP3 playback and more. The MP-VT1 Music/Vocal trainer features a Microphone input, Built-in reverb & echo on input, Input for mic volume and more.

Each TASCAM MP3 trainer supports 1GB memory (up to 240 songs), Key control, Seamless IN-OUT Loop, Instrument cancellation with selectable pan point and frequency band range, chromatic tuner, and more. By connecting to any Mac® or Windows computer using the USB port the MP-BT1 and MP-VT1 features a drag and drop song folder to import your songs and a Lithium Ion rechargeable battery (8 hours of playback time).
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