USB audio input devices
ken.grammar at GMAIL.COM
Tue May 25 10:03:57 UTC 2010
I have been using the M-audio USB Pre and are very happy with the results.
Direct recording to computer (without the M-audio device) often caused the
recording to skip/crash - just way too much data for my laptop's sound card
Currently here in Thailand M-audio products are on special (wish I had
waited) and the USB pre can be picked up for around USD100 (the US website
lists it at USD179).
With the M-audio USB pre I am able to record in stereo or mono with Audacity
(and Sony SoundForge) with no problems.
The only problem with the M-audio is that it is possible to get a blue
screen by unplugging it while the computer is still running.
From: John Hatton [mailto:john_hatton at sil.org]
Sent: Tuesday, 25 May 2010 1:41 PM
To: 'Daryn McKenny'; Resource-Network-Linguistic-Diversity at unimelb.edu.au
Subject: RE: USB audio input devices
>Supposedly the H4N can do it:
Thing is, the H2 had a similar claim, but when I actually tried it, it was
limited to some lower frequency/bit level (I forget the details). So now
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