Subject: Re: Equipment, Remote Recording tips and more ...
From: Rick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Aug 14 2005 - 14:40:40 EDT
I know everyone is trying to get smaller and lighter, but has anyone
tried recording high-end stuff straight to the laptop using any of the
nice field mic preamps out there? Batteries and all that are still a
problem, but it's got to be easier than a Nagra.
It could be cheaper too when you think that you might already be using
a laptop and the mic pre/converter might be good enough to double up
for studio use. I'd heard that the Apogee was a little dodgy, but what
about the others, like the SoundDevices?
Or if you're going cheap and light, has anyone tried using the Sony Hi-MD?
Anyone know anything yet?
On 8/14/05, Prof Malone <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Marantz 660 has noisy preamps and useless phantom
> > What's wrong with the phantom? Not high enough voltage?
> Extreme distortion.
> I called
> they said that my Audio Technica (c.$300)
> was too high end,
> the 660 was designed for cheaper mics.
> The pad is after the preamp!!!!
> They said that the 660 is not designed for recording music,
> but the 670 is.
> happy tunes
> don malone
> it takes all of us
-- ====================== Rick Nance De Montfort University Leicester, UK RickNance.org
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