38910Re: [podcasters] Field recorder
- Apr 5, 2009At three and a half years and going, mine is one of the oldest security
podcasts. Security Now with Leo and Steve started almost exactly six months
before my podcast did and the Pauldotcom podcast started literally within a
couple of days of when I started. So there's a good reason I have some 'old
It turned out to be a good thing that I had the iRiver last year. I had an
opportunity to talk to DHS Secretary Chertoff and when I got to the event I
realized the batteries on my Zoom were dead and I didn't have spares. The
iRiver only takes one battery and I was able to capture the whole discussion
with just a little power to spare. The moral: Always have a backup. And
preferably a backup of your backup.
Martin McKeay, CISSP, QSA, GSNA
Host of the Network Security Blog and Podcast
On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 5:58 PM, Will Brown <cloudydayart@...> wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 4, 2009 at 11:05 PM, Martin McKeay <Martin@...> wrote:
> > For the my
> > micropodcasting rig, I use an iRiver 795 with a Giant Squid stereo mic.
> > combo looks like someone's pipe at first glance. It's also incredibly
> > sensitive, but when I need something in an emergency, it works.
> Wow, now that's old-school OG podcasting gear right there!
> For you newbies out there, the iRiver/Giant Squid setup was the
> preferred configuration for field recording for the majority of
> podcasters back in 2005 before Zoom, Edirol, etc came to market.
> I still have mine tucked away in my bag just in case Armageddon breaks
> out and I have to the Ham radio of podcasting.
> Ah...the memories. :-)
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