Recording Your Own “Performance”

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    Ee Reen Chew on #161184

    Hi there All,

    I was wondering about how to record each time I practise so that I can re-listen to how I sounded and make the necessary corrections.

    Audrey Nickel on #161185

    A good digital recorder is what you’ll want for something like that.

    renate-kvalsvik on #161186

    I’ve got a really good digital recorder for that, and it really does the job wonderfully. It’s an Edirol R-09HR, I really recommend it although it may be a little expensive.

    Briggsie B. Peawiggle on #161187

    My husband gave me the Zoom H2 for Christmas, and it is wonderful. It records on a SD card.


    barbara-brundage on #161188

    this may be useful:

    and of course if you have a current ipod touch or iphone, there are recording programs for those that you can download from the itunes app store.

    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #161189

    I bought a Zoom too, and I am having nothing but trouble with it.

    Briggsie B. Peawiggle on #161190

    What kind of trouble? I have no trouble at all with mine.

    unknown-user on #161191

    Same Here – I bought an H2 and it’s been fantastic. Because of the limited number of buttons, navigation can be a bit tricky but I just read the instruction manual. It also has a great built-in feature called normalization (I think… I can’t remember right now) which analyses the recorded segment and scales the volume so that the loudest part is equal to 0 dB.


    Ee Reen Chew on #161192


    rosalind-beck on #161193

    I’ve got a Zoom H4 which I purchased a few years ago.

    Mel Sandberg on #161194

    I have a Sony Handycam, bottom of the range, and it works like a charm.

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