Edirol, Boss Micro Br, Or M Aduio Micro Track???????? Help

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by rabbitpunt, Jan 13, 2008.


  1. rabbitpunt

    rabbitpunt Member

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    i've got ideas flowing out of me all the time but a crappy memory...:rolleyes: i need a hand held recorder to record my ideas for guitar... i also want to be able to record sounds that i hear and never want to lose and also use it to record interviews seeing how i am seeking to be a journalist....
    I want a quality sound from the built in mic but also good versatility between recording music as well as voices and ambient sounds. I want the item to also have / jack input anyone know which of these would be good for me or if there is anything else out there?

    Cheers
     
  2. mep

    mep Supporting Member

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    My recommendation is the Zoom H2. It only costs $200 and is a great little unit.
     
  3. Old Pucker

    Old Pucker Member

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    Or perhaps the Zoom H4 with 2 x XLR inputs (with 48v phantom pwr)...

    Very happy with mine (for most of the same uses)!

    OP
     
  4. snarkle

    snarkle Member

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    I was very impressed with the M-Audio...but it's the only one I've tried.
     
  5. kselbee

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    I've got the Edirol and it's a nice unit but kinda pricey.
     
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    I bought the Edirol after seeing that most of the classical players i know in NYC buy them.....
     
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