Tascam has a couple of portable recorders Pocket Studio they are called. They will do all that you want them to and to it in MP3 format. They discontinued aMessage 1 of 52 , Aug 31, 2005View SourceTascam has a couple of portable recorders Pocket Studio they are called.
They will do all that you want them to and to it in MP3 format. They
discontinued a couple that are really nice and can be had for less than $300
on line. The one I use even has a built in mixer, limiter, etc. It will
take line level, if you use a DI box or transducers. It sounds like what
you are looking for.
Here¹s the one I use: http://www.tascam.com/Products/PocketStudio5.html
But I agree with paul...if what you have is working...IF IT AINT BROKE...you
know the rest.
On 8/31/05 9:12 PM, "paul" <prp6040@...> wrote:
> --- Ron Jeffries <ronjeffries@...> wrote:
>> > Thanks ... I see no point to the mixer myself, as it
>> > looks like I
>> > can do most things in post, though I would like it
>> > if I could just
>> > set and forget the EQ and balance.
> Exactly. You have what you have, so use it. The iriver
> aint a bad little device for what it can do. Should of
> bought one myself. I just hit record, and let the
> tools I have do their respective tasks.
>> > And I get the subtle sense that you think the
>> > Behringer is crap.
>> > Tell me more ... and what's good?
> When I used to do consulting, I did sell Behringer.
> Except I couldn't call it crap. It was called
> "economical". But I would have easily sold a Mackie
> VLZ or Onyx series. Allen and Heath, or Trident audio.
> But all those are overkill for your application. The
> closest thing I can think of that you could use, and
> is a really quality piece of gear, is made by Rane.
> Great single space rack mountable mixer. Street price
> about $340.00. Again though, I think still overkill.
> The right tool for the right job. You need
> portability, ease of use, functionality, and quality
> in one box. And you already know your options there.
> The recording equipment industry has not caught on to
> podcasting yet, but they are aware of it. I have
> already spoken to one company about a podcasters
> needs, and hope something will come of it. It takes
> quite some time to research, develop, and create a new
> product, so we have to use what they have right now.
> Hope this helps.
> Paul Puri
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... I did check them out and they look cool. It appears that TASCAM has abandoned that market. Not that it matters, if the recorders work well, I guess itMessage 52 of 52 , Sep 1, 2005View SourceOn Thursday, September 1, 2005, at 1:53:58 AM, Chris Cochran wrote:
> Tascam has a couple of portable recorders Pocket Studio they are called.I did check them out and they look cool. It appears that TASCAM has
> They will do all that you want them to and to it in MP3 format. They
> discontinued a couple that are really nice and can be had for less than $300
> on line. The one I use even has a built in mixer, limiter, etc. It will
> take line level, if you use a DI box or transducers. It sounds like what
> you are looking for.
abandoned that market. Not that it matters, if the recorders work
well, I guess it doesn't matter but I do wonder ...
The model that really matters is the one that people have in
their minds. All other models and documentation exist only to
get the right model into the right mind at the right time.
-- Paul Oldfield