Re: portable digital recorders


Subject: Re: portable digital recorders
From: Dominique Bassal (dominique.bassal@videotron.ca)
Date: Thu May 13 2004 - 09:37:02 EDT


jascha a écrit:

> what i want is something which can be used to conveniently make field
> recordings, like one would with a minidisc recorder, but without the
> weird data compression, and preferably without the need for removeable
> media.

Portable recorders: APT, Prophet, Zaxcom

APT (http://www.aptx.com) launched WorldNet Porto, a hand-held solid
state recorder that uses compact Flash card which can be removed and
inserted into a notebook for transfer or editing.

Prophet Systems (http://www.prophetsys.com) launched PocketGen, a
portable PDA-based field recorder that allows wireless transmission back
to the station, and works with most automation systems.

For the Deva IV and V portable hard disk recorders, Zaxcom
(http://www.zaxcom.com) launched the Deva Mix-12 control surface for
location mix and record functions. Designed for the rugged environment
of location recording the 12 faders of Deva Mix-12 are completely sealed
to keep out the dust, dirt and moisture. It also offers LED input meter
bars, input trim adjustments, effects control, extensive talkback
functions and remote roll capability. A built-in QWERTY keyboard allows
for meta-data to be entered.

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Dominique Bassal



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