Recording equipment

Claire Bowern anggarrgoon at GMAIL.COM
Tue Aug 15 12:08:36 UTC 2006

Hi Rachel,
I just put a draft of the audio chapter of my field methods book on my 
blog. It's serialised over about three posts. If you go to and click on the posts relating to fieldwork it'll be 
among the more recent entries. It includes a summary of different types 
of recording devices and pros and cons of each.

Linguist wrote:
> Hi there:
> I am part of an oral history project being funded by the South West 
> Aboriginal Land and Sea Council.
> I am looking for websites that have good summaries of digital equipment 
> for recording, and also any recommendations people have about equipment.
> Thanks:
> Rachel
> Rachel Cross
> Linguist
> South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council
> 1490 Albany Hwy, Cannington WA 6107
> P. 9358 2437
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