Tascam Introduces 24-Track DP-24SD Portastudio

Tascam's latest in the line of 24-Track Digital Portastudio's looks to maintain ease of use to help musicians stay creative. Features include 8 XLR mic inputs, color LCD, and effects.  

NAB Show, Booth SL4707 (April 13, 2015): TASCAM has introduced the DP-24SD, a 24-track Digital Portastudio that's simple to use to keep musicians creative. The latest model records to rugged solid-state media – economical and expandable SD Cards. Eight XLR mic inputs with phantom power provide enough preamps to record a full band, and each input has available compression and limiting during recording. A color LCD display, channel control strip, and a range of effects make the DP-24SD the ultimate production station for musicians. 

Tascam DP-24SD Portastudio.

Tascam DP-24SD Portastudio.

Built into the DP-24SD are three types of effects. Up to eight dynamics effects can be routed to any or all inputs during recording for polished-sounding tracks. A multieffects processor provides amp simulation, delay, chorus, and more, ideal for using with the direct guitar input. And a adjustable reverb is available on send and return. 

Rear view of the Tascam DP-24SD Portastudio.

Rear view of the Tascam DP-24SD Portastudio.

With a simple-to-use interface and affordable pricing, the DP-24SD is the ideal system for musicians, performers, and songwriters. 


  • 24-track / 24-bit Digital Portastudio 
  • Color LCD display 
  • 12-encoder channel strip 
  • Eight microphone inputs on combo XLR-1/4” jacks with phantom power 
  • 1/4” instrument level input 
  • Up to eight-track simultaneous recording at 48kHz/24- bit audio resolution 
  • Solid-state recording to SD Card media for better shock resistance than hard drive recording 
  • Send effect
Two effects sends
Multi-effect processor with guitar amp simulation 
  • Mastering effect 
  • Virtual tracks for alternate takes and undo 
  • Built-in chromatic tuner and metronome

  • 1⁄4” monitor, effect send, and headphone outputs 
  • USB 2.0 connection to computer

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