Someone should invent a recorder that is basically a SD card slot and input/output connectors and
attaches to an iPhone, using the iPhone as the control surface. They have microphones that attach to
iPhones already, but I'm talking about a full-function recorder with external memory (not using the
iPhone's audio processor or memory). You'd need to have on-board ADC and DAC because the iPhone only
goes to 48/16, I think.
-- Tom Fine
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From: "Matt Sohn" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2013 11:09 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Very low price today on Zoom H4n flash recorder
> >My H4n should be in my hands on this coming Tuesday. I'll be using it fairly quickly as I have a
> >project coming up to use it on.
>>The sale came at the right time. I've looked on and off for a replacement for my loooonnnng dead
>>portable DAT machine.
>>The H4n should do nicely.
> I've had an H4n for a long time now. It’s a remarkable machine, no doubt.. Just be careful about
> putting in line-level signals.
> Perhaps they have sorted this out by now (I haven't checked), but, the input is calibrated for a
> mic level signal. I bought an inline passive attenuator for when I want to record a hot signal
> from a board.
> These days, I've been using my H4n to capture school lectures. It does that well too!
> DAT is dead, Long Live DAT!
> -Matt S