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Re: Travel Advice <I've got a solid backup strategy in place and plenty of batteries in the hand luggage. Eric, Double check whether you can carry a lot of batteries in hand
Travel Advice Hi all, I am going on a field recording trip to Bali and Borneo in January/February. In preparation for this I wanted to ask for some of your collective advice
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Re: pocket recorders able to work as a sound board connected to a PC Hi Raimund. Thank for the information. I just saw on the LS-100 italian manual that the feature is described in less than one line saying "Connected to a
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Re: pocket recorders able to work as a sound board connected to a PC Hi Gianni, Such audio interface capabilities are also available on the Olympus LS-3 (LS-7), LS-11, LS-12, LS-14 and the LS-100, which is similar to the Roland
pocket recorders able to work as a sound board connected to a PC dear all, I'm searching for a pocket recorder able to work as a computer sound interface when connected to a PC. The only two I know with this feature are the
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Re: Interesting Koala sounds ... I listened to this and it simply doesn't have low frequency components. It is a bit of sloppy journalism using terminology they don't understand. The low
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Re: Interesting Koala sounds The males make quite a disturbing sound. I thought I could do a passable mimic of it by a sort of snorting sound in the back of the throat, forcing air in and
Interesting Koala sounds Probably not news to our friends in Australia but I found this quite surprising. I confess I have never thought about what sounds they would make. Chris
question about hydrophone Dear all, Does anybody had used this model of hydrophone? http://www.aquarianaudio.com/h2a-hydrophone.html Is it indicated to use in a scientific study,
Re: memory card max size for Sony PCM-M10 nrdavies.jim71@... wrote ... I didn't expect it would work at all. SD and Micro SD cards between 2 and 32GB use the SDHC standard. Above 32GB they use
Re: memory card max size for Sony PCM-M10 hi, I'm not sure you'd call an OLYMPUS LS100 a small pocket recorder, but it does use 64gig SDXC cards. It's PIP input is not to be recommended, though. I
memory card max size for Sony PCM-M10 Thank you for the memory card info for Sony PCM-10. I have been using only 4 GB cards and I wanted to record this time an overnight sounds in Bolivia and was
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Re: searching sounds of Himalaya, Nepal and Tibet Thanks Marc !!! great job and I envy you for that !!! I was in Kathmandu and in some Himalayan valley when I was 15 years in 1975; that time I only had a k7 to
Re: memory card max size for Sony PCM-M10 thanks Norman. Great info. I'd use the M10 for continuous recording and 64GB would drive me >3 days wav. anyone knows of pocket recorders able to record to 128
Re: searching sounds of Himalaya, Nepal and Tibet Hi Gianni, I spent four months living in Nepal in 2012/2013 and have a backlog of recordings which I haven't had a chance to edit/release yet. From previous
Re: memory card max size for Sony PCM-M10 hello all, I did some checking on this issue myself. The M10 will normally max out at 32g but when I tried a 64g sandisk in it I found that it will work in a
Re: searching sounds of Himalaya, Nepal and Tibet thanks a lot for all your quick and informative answers ! the list members are always great ! Gianni 2013/11/30 vickipowys ... --
Re: Experiences recording with a Zoom H4N & Senn ME66/67 in the bush Using the prerecord does not save power, it uses it, so I utilise this feature in only certain situations when I feel an animal is about to call. Normally I
Re: memory card max size for Sony PCM-M10 I'm using a 32GB Sandisk in mine, although I've never used more than about 8GB of it so far. I think I read that this is the maximum, although I'd be pleased
Re: searching sounds of Himalaya, Nepal and Tibet Andrew Skeoch on Listening Earth has albums recorded in Nepal etc. Check his web site. cheers, Vicki ... Andrew Skeoch on Listening Earth has albums recorded
Re: searching sounds of Himalaya, Nepal and Tibet http://www.jama.fr/boutique/fr/librairie/cd-chant-d-oiseaux-et-de-la-nature/guides-sonores-65_6 ...
Re: searching sounds of Himalaya, Nepal and Tibet Gianni, Greg Simmons has recorded in both Tibet and Nepal. Aaron Ximm has done some work in Nepal - an Annapurna trek in particular, as I recall. I learned
memory card max size for Sony PCM-M10 dear all, I'm using the M10 with a 16GB card and I'm willing to expand to 32 or, hopefully, 64GB. Anyone has already tested those sizes on the pocket Sony ?
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searching sounds of Himalaya, Nepal and Tibet Hi all, I'm searching nature sounds and soundscapes of Himalaya, Nepal and Tibet. Any hint on where to search for ? Gianni -- Centro Interdisciplinare di
Re: Experiences recording with a Zoom H4N & Senn ME66/67 in the bush Dan Dugan wrote ... Does using the prerecord buffer actually save any power? It still has to digitise the sound and buffer it, even if it's then discarding it.
Re: Experiences recording with a Zoom H4N & Senn ME66/67 in the bush ... It requires a large buffer memory, costing $$ and power. You won't find it in consumer-level products because consumers aren't asking for it. A Sound
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