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Alesis HD24 is a 24-track hard-disk audio recorder. It is the
successor to the tape based Alesis ADAT. There are numerous
advantages that the HD24 has over the tape-based ADATs. Primarily,
the use of hard disks as storage medium rather than tape allows for
random access of audio, whereas tape based solutions only allow
sequential playback. The built in Ethernet port allows users to
transfer the audio files to a computer, which could only be done
with a specific PCI card with the previous ADAT. This feature
permits users to transfer the audio to a Digital Audio Workstation
for editing, after which the audio can be transferred back to the
HD24. However, transfer speed of the Ethernet port is limited to 10
Megabit per second.
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