#4
Enough.

Edit: ^ or that.
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#6
Quote by guitarsftw
at a bit rate of 128, it would hold about 12000


bit rate isn't used for stuff like this.

and like I said, I gave you the best answer you're going to get, it varies widely depending on a number of things. but 40 gigs should be enough to record an album or two if you don't too many tracks per song.
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#7
Quote by guitarsftw
at a bit rate of 128, it would hold about 12000
It's not an mp3 player
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#8
Read and Write Reviews on Tascam Digital Portastudio DP-01FX. ... The built in
hardrive is sufficient for a lot of multi-tracked songs at 40 Gb. ... tracks but
what is handy is the ability to lock songs so they can't be erased erroneously.
... In fact it could probably still hold its own if it was 50-100 punds more
#9
Quote by Tendulkar
Read and Write Reviews on Tascam Digital Portastudio DP-01FX. ... The built in
hardrive is sufficient for a lot of multi-tracked songs at 40 Gb. ... tracks but
what is handy is the ability to lock songs so they can't be erased erroneously.
... In fact it could probably still hold its own if it was 50-100 punds more

Still did not answer my question.
#10
How many tracks do you wanna put on each song?

So say you have full drum kit, sample rate 48khz 24bits
2 guitars
Bass
Vocals

Depending on the length of each track, they could be 20-50mb each, so say 12 in total, max each song will be would be 600mb. so what... 70? 60 maybe.

This is all veerrryyy rough. But not many songs will be above a gb a song.

Hope that answers your question.