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55679

Re: Zoom H1n

Dan Have you tried Raven Pro - the bioacoustic software product from Cornell. You can ‘stack’ the sonogram into lines as per your example. It’s
Dom Hall
Jan 17
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55678

Re: Zoom H1n

Hi Dan -- I just opened a 2:15:05 file into Izotope RX and it generated a sonogram in less than 15 seconds. That was with an FFT size of 4095 with 8x overlap.
scottsherk27
Jan 16
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55677

Re: Zoom H1n

Dear Gianni, We’re on the same page here! It’s highly desirable to have a sonogram index image that can be scanned quickly to locate sounds that might be
Dan Dugan
Jan 14
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55676

Re: Zoom H1n

Thanks, Klas. This looks like a good organization system. I’m looking for a way to produce sonograms of long files (like two hours) to file with the audio as
Dan Dugan
Jan 14
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55675

Re: Zoom H1n

Thumbs-up for SoX. A while back I worked on a project to monitor the health of closed-cycle cryocoolers using contact mics. We went through a number of
inetd_conf
Jan 14
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55674

Re: Zoom H1n

It has limitations and the documentation is in French but I use free program Acousmographe to create spectrograms. Very powerful and the spectrograms may be
primatemarc
Jan 14
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55673

Re: Zoom H1n

Hey everyone, just on a note of spectrograms. I recently discovered that my favourite free audio software “SoX” can do spectrograms too (amongst thousands
Jonas Gruska
Jan 14
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55672

Re: Zoom H1n

Dear Dan and Klas, other than using pocket recorders for nature recordings, either short recordings on selected subjects or long unattended recordings for
Gianni Pavan
Jan 14
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55671

Re: Zoom H1n

Hi Dan, for sonograms and editing I use a very old version of Audicity. Nagra SD gives me 60 min files and Olympus and Sony 3h 23m files. It takes about a
Klas
Jan 12
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55670

Re: Zoom H1n

Dear Klas, you wrote, ... What software do you use to make sonograms of your long files? Do you keep the sonograms as indexes to the audio files? -Dan
Dan Dugan
Jan 12
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55669

Re: Zoom H1n

Thanks Marco! Klas
Klas
Jan 12
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55668

Re: Zoom H1n

Klas, what you have quoted and is reported here https://www.thomann.de/gb/zoom_h1_mb_matte_black.htm https://www.thomann.de/gb/zoom_h1_mb_matte_black.htm
m_pesente
Jan 12
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55667

Re: Zoom H1n

Yes, when using a parabol, I edit the file right away and make the cuts that I like. Making SoundScapes is different. Then I place a mic and a recorder out
Klas
Jan 12
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55666

Re: Zoom H1n

I read this at Thomann.de from a user: "When you remove the battery, you lose the configuration. You have to reconfigurate the time and date. However it's a
Klas
Jan 12
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55665

Re: Zoom H1n

Klas, I quickly read the manual of the new H1n, but I haven't found that it loses its memory of time and date. The "old" Zoom H1 does not lose date or time,
m_pesente
Jan 11
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