Subject: Re: Equipment, Remote Recording tips and more ...
From: Ned Bouhalassa (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Aug 14 2005 - 10:42:28 EDT
Another thing to keep in mind with the R-1 is that if by chance the
batteries run out while recording, you lose what you've recorded up
until then. Happened to me after 30+ minutes of recording. Same thing
happens if you turns the unit off while recording without pressing
Really, IMO, the best things about the R-1 are the price, and the fact
that it's incredibly portable.
Aside from the limitation I listed above, cons include the fact that it
doesn't turn off automatically after a while (even though the light
goes off, allowing greater chance that you'll forget it's on,
especially after having dumped some files to your computer), that it's
so flimsy, mini-jack input, silly FX (again, IMO), low recording
levels, and hissy internal mics.
On 14-Aug-05, at 9:33 AM, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz wrote:
> And most important, when I'm
> on the road, I can't be depending on cables and hooking up the recorder
> when I'm recording (as I will on October 16) an 8-hour marathon
> concert. I
> just want to keep that small bag of flash cards of various sizes
> nearby and
> grab them and dump them as needed.
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