NBC: audience recording
Wed Oct 24 16:09:50 EDT 2007
I've had several small field recorders that were pretty good (hard drive
recorders and mini disks), but I've had the Edirol R-09 for the last year
or so and highly recommend it. I know several musicians (Chris Cobb &
Dave Workman to name two) who use them like I do to record and critic
their own performances. The R-09 would also be a an excellent stealth
recorder. Small, ultra light, pristine sound quality, and very little
handling noise, even with the built in mics (which sound better than my
$300 sony mic). I tried the earlier Zoom, the H4, but didn't like it. It
had lots of handling noise, messy menus to navigate, and was kind of big.
This new one, the H2 looks better and would be worth testing.
Blues Music List <BLUES-L@LISTS.NETSPACE.ORG> wrote on 10/24/2007 12:53:22
> -------------- Original message ----------------------
> From: Chas Winans <email@example.com>
> > The days of placing a high-quality recording device in our
> pockets is no that
> > far away.
> Here's two:
> I'm sure more are on the way.
> Add in stealth mics like: http://www.core-sound.com/cardioid/1.php
> There are several other brands. But you get the point.
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