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16093Re: [podcasters] recording on the ipod

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  • Judefan
    Feb 2, 2006
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      Looks like the Micro Memo that CC relayed to this group-
      http://www.xtrememac.com/audio/earphones_recorders/micromemo.php, is ready
      to order.

      On 2/2/06, Paul Fischer <pfischer@...> wrote:
      > I second the iRiver. I tried two different types of mics on my 3G
      > iPod. They sounded so bad I actually exchanged one of them three
      > times before returning it. The audio quality was horrible. If I moved
      > the iPod or if there were any vibrations, loud clicks and pops were
      > recorded making the recording so noisy as to be useless.
      > I switched to an iRiver iFP-899 and a Griffin Lapel mic. That combo
      > works very well for me. In fact, all the Balticon Podcasts to date,
      > except number 1, were recorded this way due to major cabling problems.
      > I've never tried it with two mics, but I have recorded off my mixer
      > to the iRiver and that works well. If you're going to be outdoors you
      > might want to look for a small battery powered mixer to carry with
      > you to control the mic levels. If you want portability and expect to
      > have AC power available you might try a small Rolls mixer like this one.
      > Sorry for the amazon link, but that's the place I know where to find
      > them. This one looks good. I use a Rolls head phone amp that looks
      > just like it. That is working fine, so I expect this one will provide
      > similar performance.
      > http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0002EKFH2/sr=1-2/
      > qid=1138916746/ref=sr_1_2/002-8315794-2548813?%
      > 5Fencoding=UTF8&n=11965861&s=musical-instruments&v=glance
      > Headphone out jacks are really excellent to have. Some people say
      > they can monitor what they record on their iRiver. I can't on mine
      > and I've tried every combination and setting I can think of. Here is
      > another Rolls mini mixer that has a headphone out jack.
      > http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0002BG2S6/sr=1-7/
      > qid=1138916746/ref=sr_1_7/002-8315794-2548813?%
      > 5Fencoding=UTF8&n=11965861&s=musical-instruments&v=glance
      > ------------------------------------------------------------------
      > Paul Fischer "Paul-san, New Media Ninja Warrior", BSFS
      > pfischer @ pfischer . com
      > The Website - http://www.pfischer.com
      > The Blog - http://www.livejournal.com/users/pafischer/
      > The Podcasts - http://addcast.net http://balticonpodcast.org
      > On Jan 31, 2006, at 12:00 PM, Rachel Lederman wrote:
      > > Hi there,
      > > I just joined your group and I am looking for a little help. I want
      > > to record multiple mics, say 2, on to the video Ipod. How can I do
      > > this? Just plug in 2 mics and go? How is the quality? Good enough
      > > for broadcast?
      > > Thanks for your response!
      > > Rachel
      > > --
      > >
      > > Rachel Lederman
      > >
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