FireWire Audio Interface with shortcut keys and a weighted & illuminated jog wheel
This model has been discontinued in North, Central and South America.
Please check the availability with your local distributors in other areas.
Pushing the limits of what an audio interface can be, TASCAM has launched the FireOne - a FireWire Audio Interface with shortcut keys and a weighted & illuminated jog wheel to inspire creative interaction with the artist's music. The FireOne is the first stereo audio interface in its class that records two mic ins and two outs over FireWire at 96kHz/24-bit audio resolution The most unique feature of the unit is its large, weighted, backlit jog wheel, which allows musicians to zip through their song while the backlight provides useful feedback such as a visual metronome..
The FireOne features a pair of mic inputs with phantom power and pad switches. A front panel guitar input allows convenient direct recording of guitar or bass. MIDI input and output are also provided for 16 channels of MIDI. It's the first FireWire interface in its class to record and play at up to 96kHz/24-bit resolution. It includes multitrack recording software, so you'll be set to go right out of the box. In addition to its weighted & backlit jog wheel, the FireOne has transport keys and nine shortcut keys to control functions in most popular DAW applications.
The FireOne includes a copy of Live Lite 6 TASCAM Edition, the music creation, production and performance software from Ableton. Live's drag and drop interface makes it easy to seamlessly move from basic song ideas, to studio production, to the stage.
- 2-in / 2-out FireWire Audio Interface
- Up to 96kHz/24-bit audio resolution
- Two XLR mic inputs with phantom power and pad
- 1/4" high impedance input for recording guitar direct
- Two 1/4" stereo headphone outputs
- Weighted, backlit jog wheel
- Transport control keys: rewind, fast-forward, stop, play, record
- Eight DAW shortcut keys
- Stereo LED meter
- MIDI in and out
- 1/4" Footswitch input
- Buss powered through the FireWire connection or use the included power supply
- 10.26" x 6.62" x 2.1" (260.7 x 168.3 x 54 mm)
- 2.65 lbs (1.2 kg)
FireOne supports the following applications as a control surface:
- Ableton Live 6.04 and higher
- Cubase 3.02 and higher
- Nuendo 3.02 and higher
- SONAR 5 and higher
- Logic Pro
- Final Cut Pro
- Digital Performer 5 and higher
Main features of Live Lite 6 TASCAM Edition:
- One-stop environment for creating, producing and performing music
- The unique Session View, for sketching ideas quickly and live performance
- Virtual instruments: Simpler (a sampler) and Impulse (a drum sampler), optional instruments also available
- Elastic Audio for on-the-fly time-stretching and beat detection of any audio content
- Over twenty audio & MIDI effects including creative delays, filters, studio compressors, EQs, beat repeat, arpeggiators, pitch, scale...
- VST and AU effect and instrument support
- Device racks for custom virtual instruments and original effects
- Extreme compatibility: MAC/PC, ASIO, Core Audio, Multicore & multiprocessor support, WAV, AIFF, AAC...
- Intuitive 32-bit/192 kHz multitrack recording
- MIDI Remote Control
- Supports Windows XP/SP2, Mac OSX (PPC and Intel)
|FireOne Mac OS Control Panel v. 1.00 OSX Control Panel Installer||09-25-2007||410.4 KB|
|FireOne Release Notes Release Notes v.1.0||07-15-2007||46.2 KB|
|FireOne Windows Drivers v. 1.10 Release Notes||10-27-2008||106.6 KB|
|FireOne Windows Drivers v. 1.10 Windows XP:Vista (32-bit) Driver||10-27-2008||962.8 KB|
|FireOne Windows Drivers v. 1.00 Windows XP Driver||09-25-2007||936.0 KB|
|How to install the drivers and Cubase LE||07-17-2007||277.7 KB|
|Review in Recording Magazine (October 2007)||08-13-2010||8.4 MB|
We're aware that changes made by Apple to 10.4.10 have caused the FireOne to be inoperative with that OS. As a class compliant device, the drivers for the FireOne are built into the operating system, provided by Apple. Investigation is under way to discover what changes occurred in 10.4.10 that has affected the FireOne and whether a fix would have to come from Apple as an OS patch, or if a fix could be implemented in the FireOne's firmware.