KORG TMR-50-BK Цифровой компактный тюнер-метроном-рекордер, цвет чёрный
Tuner + Metronome + Recorder -
All in One Unit! The TMR-50 - Your Ideal Practice Partner
Korg's popular TM series of tuner/metronome units is loved by players who practice to perfect their musical skills. Now joining the lineup is the TMR-50, which adds recorder functionality to the already impressive list of features. An extremely valuable way to improve your playing ability is to identify the problem areas that need work, and then practice to improve those areas. With its built-in mic and speaker, the TMR-50 makes it easy to practice this way. It provides high-quality linear PCM recording and a USB port for convenient usage with your computer. The TMR-50 features equally robust capabilities for its tuner and metronome functionality that will help you improve your sense of pitch and rhythm. Two choices of color are available: black and pearl white. Whether you're in a brass band or an orchestra, the TMR-50 is the ideal partner for anyone who wants to improve their playing.
The built-in mic and speaker make it easy to record and play back your practice sessions
Since a mic and speaker are built-in to the TMR-50, you can start recording when the moment is right. Of course there is also an Input jack and a Phones jack, so you can record via a contact mic or play back the audio through earphones. There's also a convenient Loop Play function that repeatedly plays the specified region of the recorded data, allowing you to practice along with a specific phrase. In addition, the tuner, metronome, and recorder can be used simultaneously for even more effective training. The TMR-50 can help you check your playing in a variety of ways that will help you advance as a musician; you can record with a metronome pre-count, record a "tempo sync track"* that lets you check whether you were in time with the tempo during playback, or you can activate the tuner during playback to check your pitch.
*During recording, you'll be able to monitor the metronome sound in real time through the Phones jack.
High Quality Linear PCM Recording/Playback
In spite of its affordable price, the TMR-50 features high-quality linear PCM recording/playback (44.1 kHz / 16-bit, monaural). It's also able to automatically optimize the recording level as appropriate for the volume of your playing, ensuring great clarity and excellent sound. A maximum of 100 tracks can be recorded (total time approximately 20 minutes), which provides ample space for recording instrumental practice.
If the TMR-50's recording memory fills up and you want to save data, you can copy it to your computer via the USB connection. The data is saved in WAV format, so you'll be free to listen to your practice sessions on your computer whenever you want. Standard WAV format files can also be copied from your computer to the TMR-50 and they can be listened to through the built-in speaker or headphones*; for example, you may find it convenient to store the original recording of the song that you want to practice.
*If the WAV file is stereo, you can enjoy stereo playback via the Phones jack.
Tuner Delivers Outstanding Functionality
Newly designed needle-style LCD meter with excellent response and wide detection range
The TMR-50 features extremely good response to audio input from wind and other instruments, and the redesigned meter display method allows the pitch to be accurately and instantly shown without any time lag. Wind players will no longer experience the problem of their pitch changing spontaneously before it can be displayed accurately; this ensures that you'll be able to develop stable and drift-free pitch.
The detection range is extremely wide, extending from C1 (32.70 Hz) to C8 (4186.01Hz) which covers the note ranges of wind, string, and most other types of instruments. Even potentially difficult instruments that have a low pitch and numerous overtones can be tuned accurately, thanks to Korg's proprietary high-precision technology. The built-in high-sensitivity mic also allows easy and accurate tuning of acoustic instruments such as guitar and ukulele; alternatively, you can use the CM-100L contact mic (separately sold) to send the vibrations directly to the tuner for even greater reliability.
The Sound Out Function
In addition to visual tuning using the meter, you can use the Sound Out function* to produce a reference tone from the internal speaker or headphones, and tune by ear. You can specify the reference tone in a three-octave range from C3 (130.81 Hz) to C6 (1046.50 Hz) which covers a wide variety of instruments.
*When using the recorder and tuner functions simultaneously, the tuner section will be usable only in Meter mode; the Sound Out function will not be available.
The Sound Back Function
you develop the ability to hear and produce the correct pitch. That's why the TM-50 provides the proprietary Sound Back function* that until now has been featured only on Korg's high-end tuners. Detecting the pitch of your audio input, this function sounds the nearest reference tone from the speaker while the meter shows the pitch difference between your input and the reference tone. Since the pitch is indicated in both visual and audible form, this not only allows you to tune more accurately, but is also an ideal method for training your sense of pitch. Developing your ear in this way is an indispensible way to practice, especially for the beginner.
*This function is available for input via the Input jack or when using headphones.
*When using the recorder and tuner functions simultaneously, the tuner section will be usable only in Meter mode; the Sound Back function will not be available.
Marks Indicate Pure Major/Minor Third Intervals
When performing in a brass band or orchestra, incorrect pitch is particularly noticeable for harmonic intervals of a third, yet by slightly skewing the pitch of a major or minor third interval from the equal-tempered pitch, you can obtain a more pure-sounding harmony that satisfies the ear. The meter scale of the TMR-50 provides marks that indicate pure major and minor thirds relative to a given pitch; simply by tuning. When the needle aligns with the appropriate mark*, you'll be able to produce beautiful harmony when playing in an ensemble. This is extremely convenient not only for wind instruments, but also for vocal or a cappella practice.
*When tuning to a pure major or minor third, the note that should be adjusted will depend on the music you're playing.
Recording Format: PCM audio format, WAV format (extension: .wav) 44.1 kHz@16-bit
Available Recording Time: Maximum approx. 20 minutes (Internal Memory size is 120 MB)
Total Number of Tracks: Up to 100 tracks
Scale: 12 note equal temperament
Detection Range: C1 (32.70 Hz) ~ C8 (4186 Hz), Using Sine Wave
Reference Tone: C3 (130.81 Hz) ~ C6 (1046.50Hz), 3 Octave
Tuning Modes: Meter Mode (AUTO), Sound Out Mode (MANUAL), Sound Back Mode (AUTO)
Calibration: 410 ~ 480 Hz (1 Hz steps)
Detection Accuracy: +/- 1 cent
Sound Accuracy: +/-1 cent
Tempo Range: Quarter Note = 30 to 252 BPM
Tempo Setting: 3 Types:Pendulum Step, Full Step,Tap Tempo
Time Signatures: Total 15 (0 - 9 beats, duplets, triplets, triplets without the center beat, quadruplets, quadruplets without the center beats)
Tempo Accuracy: ±0.3%
Connectors: Input (φ6.3mm, Mono-Standard Jack type), Headphones (φ3.5mm, Stereo-mini Jack type), USB (mini-Type B)
Internal Speaker: Dynamic Speaker (φ23 mm)
Power Supply: AAA battery (3.0 V) x 2 (Manganese batteries or alkaline batteries, Ni-MH: Nickel metal hydride)
Recorder: Approximately 16/13/11 hours (Backlight: off/soft/auto, using alkaline batteries. Maximum of 20 minutes per recording.)
Tuner: Approximately 24/22/20 hours (Backlight: off/soft/auto, A4 continuous input, using alkaline batteries)
Metronome: Approximately 18/16/14 hours (Backlight: off/soft/auto, tempo 120, 4 beats, maximum volume, using alkaline batteries)
Dimensions (W x D x H): 111 x 82 x 18 mm
Weight: 119 g (Including battery)
Color Variations: Black (TMR-50-BK), Pearl White (TMR-50-PW)
Accessories: AAA battery (3.0 V) x 2 for verifying proper operation, USB Cable
Options: CM-200 Contact Microphone
A computer that satisfies the operating requirements of Microsoft Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7 and is equipped with a USB port
Mac OS X 10.5 or later
*Even if a sound is within the detectable pitch range, detection may be unsuccessful for instrumental sounds that contain a large number of overtones or that decay rapidly.
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