I may be a bit old fashioned, but as phone recordings are part of my
business, I do them only on a landline hardwired using a Telos phone
hybrid from an old radio studio. Cannot get better sound than that
from a phoner!
No wireless, no internet, no cellphones. It is very important to me to
use good stuff, unless it is only for transcription.
I also clean it up in good software after the fact.
On Feb 11, 2011, at 10:14 AM, Cary Ginell wrote:
> On occasion I will do interviews on the telephone but since there is
> no audio output for a cordless phone, I have to put in into speaker
> mode and then hold a microphone up to the phone. I've been using my
> Tascam DR-2D digital recorder for this, but the quality is not very
> good. I just did an interview and there was a horrendous buzzing on
> the recording when I played it back. Does anyone have a better
> method of recording interviews over the phone?
> Cary Ginell