Never lose a creative moment again with the inspiration insurance that only Memory Cable can provide. It happens all the time- you’re playing guitar, and come up with an amazing song idea. Then it’s gone. And you can’t get it back. But Memory Cable—a premium-quality instrument cable for guitar or keyboards—can capture your inspiration so you’ll never lose a brilliant creative moment again.
Gibson Memory Cable
A studio quality recorder/preamp for the price of an outstanding cable. The cable’s built-in, super-compact recorder (designed by TASCAM, the undisputed leader in portable recording) saves up to 13 hours of your playing to commonly available, inexpensive Micro SD cards. And with CD-quality 44.1kHz/16-bit resolution, the audio quality is ideal for transferring over to computer-based, multitrack recording programs.
Gibson GCR05 Memory Guitar Cable Features
- 8 hour battery life
- Stores over 13 hours of audio with included 4GB MicroSD card
- Uncompressed recording—CD-quality 44.1kHz/16 bit fidelity
- Mac/Windows/iOS/Android compatible WAV file format
- Ultra-simple user interface, with included reference card
- Insulated ends minimize the chance of shocks
- Transfer files directly from MicroSD card to computer using a card reader, MicroSD to standard SD card adapter, even insert the MicroSD in a compatible smart phone and hook up the phone via USB
- Competitive pricing with non-recording premium cables
- Recording technology from TASCAM, the undisputed leader in hand-held portable recorders
- Ideal for songwriters. Doesn’t need to be plugged into an amp to record. If there’s a moment of inspiration just plug into a guitar, bass, or keyboard, and start recording.
- Record rehearsals. Set up a mono send bus on your PA mixer, plug the cable into the output, set levels, and record your rehearsals—or use two cables for stereo, then line up the files later within a computer.
- Computer recording ‘insurance.’ Patch your guitar to a computer’s audio interface through the memory cable—if you forget to record-enable a track, don’t hit record in time, didn’t loop record and think an earlier take was better, or the computer crashes, you’ll still have your performance.
- Practicing. Record playing for later analysis.
- Easy re-amping. With the cable in record mode, play through an amp for the best ‘feel’ then transfer the dry guitar part to a DAW for processing through an amp sim, a different amp, etc.