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Re: Microphone suggestion?

Hamit Campos
 

Ah okay. That's strange.

On 4/15/2020 5:32 PM, John Covici wrote:
I had problems with those Rode mics -- I had two of them stop working
properly after several months. You would hear a noise every so often
particularly when things were quiet.

On Wed, 15 Apr 2020 12:10:56 -0400,
Hamit Campos wrote:
Rode has the IXY mic. It goes into the lightning port. Zoom also
made 1 but the thing with that 1 is that it only allows you to
record DVD quality. You can only go up to 48 KHZ 16 bits with
it. The Rode 1 though not adjustable to 120 degrees like the Zoom
does let you go to ful 96 KHZ 24 bits Blu-Ray disk quality.

On 4/14/2020 2:17 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i would like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i may be able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A

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Re: Microphone suggestion?

John Covici
 

I had problems with those Rode mics -- I had two of them stop working
properly after several months. You would hear a noise every so often
particularly when things were quiet.

On Wed, 15 Apr 2020 12:10:56 -0400,
Hamit Campos wrote:

Rode has the IXY mic. It goes into the lightning port. Zoom also
made 1 but the thing with that 1 is that it only allows you to
record DVD quality. You can only go up to 48 KHZ 16 bits with
it. The Rode 1 though not adjustable to 120 degrees like the Zoom
does let you go to ful 96 KHZ 24 bits Blu-Ray disk quality.

On 4/14/2020 2:17 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i would like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i may be able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A

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How do
you spend it?

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covici@ccs.covici.com


Re: Microphone suggestion?

Hamit Campos
 

Rode has the IXY mic. It goes into the lightning port. Zoom also made 1 but the thing with that 1 is that it only allows you to record DVD quality. You can only go up to 48 KHZ 16 bits with it. The Rode 1 though not adjustable to 120 degrees like the Zoom does let you go to ful 96 KHZ 24 bits Blu-Ray disk quality.

On 4/14/2020 2:17 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i would like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i may be able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A

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Re: Microphone suggestion?

Brian Olesen
 

HI,
The really good thing about this mic is the super cool settings in the accompanying app. All kinds of nice eqs and other sound optimization settings.
Infact you can try the Motif app without even having the microphone.

Brian

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> På vegne af Anders Holmberg
Sendt: 15. april 2020 11:10
Til: all-audio@groups.io
Emne: Re: [all-audio] Microphone suggestion?

Hi!
Ok, that’s the one i was thinking of.
I am not really fond of recording with a pair of bluetooth mics that might loose the connecthin in the middle of the recording.
Also bluetooth is wireles and compressed which isn’t something i like.
But maybe they are recording with lossless streaming so i wont say i buy them in the future.
/A

15 apr. 2020 kl. 10:16 skrev Brian Olesen <brian@blindkom.dk>:

Hi,
There are many out there, but I'm pretty funned with the MV-88 from Shure.

Best regards
Brian

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> På vegne af Anders
Holmberg
Sendt: 14. april 2020 20:17
Til: all-audio@groups.io
Emne: [all-audio] Microphone suggestion?

Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i
would like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i
may be able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A







Re: Microphone suggestion?

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
Ok, that’s the one i was thinking of.
I am not really fond of recording with a pair of bluetooth mics that might loose the connecthin in the middle of the recording.
Also bluetooth is wireles and compressed which isn’t something i like.
But maybe they are recording with lossless streaming so i wont say i buy them in the future.
/A

15 apr. 2020 kl. 10:16 skrev Brian Olesen <brian@blindkom.dk>:

Hi,
There are many out there, but I'm pretty funned with the MV-88 from Shure.

Best regards
Brian

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> På vegne af Anders Holmberg
Sendt: 14. april 2020 20:17
Til: all-audio@groups.io
Emne: [all-audio] Microphone suggestion?

Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i would
like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i may be
able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A







Re: Microphone suggestion?

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello,

I found this post very interesting but could not find the recommended set. Google and Amazon came up with Sennheiser products like this one for £79.

Sennheiser is shaping the Future of Audio – a vision built on a 70-year history of innovation and a continued drive for excellence that is woven into our company’s DNA and culture. Around the world, our employees share this passion in the pursuit of the perfect sound, creating products that exceed expectations and set new benchmarks in audio.

Sennheiser Ambeo Smart Headset
Looking at the Ambeo Smart Headset, you see the world’s first intuitive, mobile recording headset for immersive 3D sound. It is fitted with microphones that capture sound just like your ears do. Thus, this unique headset produces fascinating spatial recordings. For sound experiences that make you feel as if you are there and listening live, which can be enjoyed with any pair of headphones connected to stereo equipment. This makes the Ambeo Smart Headset ideal for vloggers and other creators, who want to dazzle their audience with audio just as immersive as their pictures. The Sennheiser Ambeo Smart Headset – which is also a full-fledged headset, delivering high-quality Sennheiser sound – is for use with iOS devices only.

Did you know? The Ambeo trademark represents an increasing number of Sennheiser audio products and technologies for the entire audio signal chain – from capture to mixing and processing to reproduction – that turn sound into a truly immersive experience.
Unique 3D recording capabilities

Immersive audio on every headphone

Seamless iOS integration

Unique 3D recording capabilities
For the first time ever, as an owner of an iOS device you can create videos with a high-quality binaural audio track just by wearing a headset. Binaural means, the two omnidirectional microphones located in the earpieces of the Ambeo Smart Headset pick up the sound just like your ears do. The Smart Slider allows microphone sensitivity adjustment to optimise recording performance in loud environments like concerts.

Immersive audio on every headphone
Thanks to its binaural microphone setup, audio tracks made with the Ambeo Smart Headset virtually put the listener in the place where the sound was recorded – be it a noisy street corner, a ride through a stunning countryside, a road trip, a concert event, and more. These authentic spatial sound experiences can be enjoyed at playback with any headphones on any stereo-capable device.

Seamless iOS integration
Featuring Apogee’s proprietary Soft Limit and mic preamp plus precisely tuned A/D and D/A conversion, as well as a Lightning connector, the MFi-certified Ambeo Smart Headset integrates seamlessly with Apple iOS devices.

Just plug and create. An Android version will be available at a later date.

Situational Awareness

A full-fledged, easy-to-use headset

Dedicated app for additional functions

Situational Awareness
The earpieces of the Ambeo Smart Headset possess a unique feature: Situational Awareness. It offers two functions, which can be controlled using the rocker switch.You can either activate the Transparent Hearing function to fade the outside noise into your personal programme, which lets you stay safe when you are on the street. Or you can deploy the active noise cancellation, blocking out your acoustic environment to enjoy your music undisturbed. Situational Awareness also works when you are recording or making a call and can, of course, also be turned off.

A full-fledged, easy-to-use headset
Beside its unique 3D audio capabilities, the Ambeo Smart Headset is also a high-quality headset, offering intuitive handling and great Sennheiser sound. A special ear-hook design combines low structure-borne noise and ultimate wearing comfort with an extremely stable in-ear fit. The headset’s lightweight in-line remote with an additional built-in microphone optimised for speech makes taking calls and voice-controlling your iOS device a breeze.

Dedicated app for additional functions
With a special dedicated app the smart slider of the Ambeo Smart Headset can be programmed with various functions (default function is mic sensitivity control), adapting it to your individual requirements.

Is this the product you were recommending?


On 14 Apr 2020, at 19:42, Steve Matzura <number6@noisynotes.com> wrote:

I recommend you continue saving until you get to $300, then buy yourself a set of Ambeo binaural earbud microphones. They're the best for the money, you can use any application that can record using other devices besides just the iPhone's microphone, and they make fantastic recordings. The Hooke Audio binaurals are cheaper, but they're Bluetooth, and their implementation of high-end audio over Bluetooth is frankly terrible, with lots of dropouts and disconnects. You'll be instantly disappointed in them.


This will annoy you, but I figure if it happens once, it can happen again. Recently, the Ambeos were offered for one hundred pounds in the UK. Some folks I know who didn't own them yet took advantage of this by contacting UK friends, sending them the equivalent of one hundred pounds (about $140) plus a few more dollar for shipping, and their friend took care of getting them a set. So, just remember, what goes around, comes around. If it happens again, you'll probably hear about it and will take advantage of it. In the meantime, keep up the good saving work and you'll have a set soon enough.



On 4/14/2020 2:17 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i would like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i may be able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A


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Re: Microphone suggestion?

Brian Olesen
 

Hi,
There are many out there, but I'm pretty funned with the MV-88 from Shure.

Best regards
Brian

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> På vegne af Anders Holmberg
Sendt: 14. april 2020 20:17
Til: all-audio@groups.io
Emne: [all-audio] Microphone suggestion?

Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i would
like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i may be
able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A


Re: Microphone suggestion?

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
Ok, that sounds very intresting.
I’ll check them out.
Thanks for sharing.
/A

14 apr. 2020 kl. 20:42 skrev Steve Matzura <number6@noisynotes.com>:

I recommend you continue saving until you get to $300, then buy yourself a set of Ambeo binaural earbud microphones. They're the best for the money, you can use any application that can record using other devices besides just the iPhone's microphone, and they make fantastic recordings. The Hooke Audio binaurals are cheaper, but they're Bluetooth, and their implementation of high-end audio over Bluetooth is frankly terrible, with lots of dropouts and disconnects. You'll be instantly disappointed in them.


This will annoy you, but I figure if it happens once, it can happen again. Recently, the Ambeos were offered for one hundred pounds in the UK. Some folks I know who didn't own them yet took advantage of this by contacting UK friends, sending them the equivalent of one hundred pounds (about $140) plus a few more dollar for shipping, and their friend took care of getting them a set. So, just remember, what goes around, comes around. If it happens again, you'll probably hear about it and will take advantage of it. In the meantime, keep up the good saving work and you'll have a set soon enough.



On 4/14/2020 2:17 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i would like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i may be able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A



Re: Microphone suggestion?

Steve Matzura
 

I recommend you continue saving until you get to $300, then buy yourself a set of Ambeo binaural earbud microphones. They're the best for the money, you can use any application that can record using other devices besides just the iPhone's microphone, and they make fantastic recordings. The Hooke Audio binaurals are cheaper, but they're Bluetooth, and their implementation of high-end audio over Bluetooth is frankly terrible, with lots of dropouts and disconnects. You'll be instantly disappointed in them.


This will annoy you, but I figure if it happens once, it can happen again. Recently, the Ambeos were offered for one hundred pounds in the UK. Some folks I know who didn't own them yet took advantage of this by contacting UK friends, sending them the equivalent of one hundred pounds (about $140) plus a few more dollar for shipping, and their friend took care of getting them a set. So, just remember, what goes around, comes around. If it happens again, you'll probably hear about it and will take advantage of it. In the meantime, keep up the good saving work and you'll have a set soon enough.

On 4/14/2020 2:17 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i would like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i may be able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A


Microphone suggestion?

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
I would like to record environmental recordings with my Iphone but i would like to record instereo.
Any good tips on a good but not expensive, like $100 or 200 is what i may be able to afford.
Thanks in advance.
/A


Re: Momentum true wireless and other in-ear headphones.

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!I guess its like the Airpods which you just tap on.
I know that the Sennheiser has an app for both Iphone and Android.
So i think it might work with no sight.
/A

9 mars 2020 kl. 22:26 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com>:

Yeah I've wandered about that. I wander if like some Toshiba lap tops or something you sort of kind of could just be carefull of where you touch? Or as in most cases it's the volume I think it's like the Nanno IPods. Again I wander too. I haven't asked because I've not known someone blind that has these kinda headphones as of yet.

On 3/9/2020 4:50 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
From what i understand the Momentum True Wireles from sennheiser and a lot of other brands has touch controls.
Does this mean in practice that i as a blind cab’t use them or is it possible in any way?
Very interested.
/A



Re: Momentum true wireless and other in-ear headphones.

Hamit Campos
 

Yeah I've wandered about that. I wander if like some Toshiba lap tops or something you sort of kind of could just be carefull of where you touch? Or as in most cases it's the volume I think it's like the Nanno IPods. Again I wander too. I haven't asked because I've not known someone blind that has these kinda headphones as of yet.

On 3/9/2020 4:50 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
From what i understand the Momentum True Wireles from sennheiser and a lot of other brands has touch controls.
Does this mean in practice that i as a blind cab’t use them or is it possible in any way?
Very interested.
/A


Momentum true wireless and other in-ear headphones.

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
From what i understand the Momentum True Wireles from sennheiser and a lot of other brands has touch controls.
Does this mean in practice that i as a blind cab’t use them or is it possible in any way?
Very interested.
/A


Re: Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

Tom Kaufman
 

Joe: I won't be able to do anything today, but if you'll be around tomorrow, would like you to kind of walk me through this as it just is presenting me with things that I'm not sure I understand correctly! Here's what I want to do: I want to make an audio CD, using the MP3 files I have; I need to have the files appear on the CD in order, starting with the number 1 and going on through! If you'll email me offlist at tomcat53@comcast.net, I then can email you my contact info! This is much appreciated!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Paton
Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2020 2:35 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

tom,
When you have populated the list, then tab away from the list, press
alt-n for the next button, and you should be able to tab to the burn
button on that propperty sheet. If you get stuck drop me a note with
your contact details and I'll give you a call.
Won't be for the next two hours though.
Joe


Re: Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

Joe Paton
 

Tom,

If these are mp3's, and you want to make a disk with mp3 files, then
they should fit. If you want to make a generic audio cd, and the mp3's
are converted in to the format for audio cd's then use 80 minutes, 800
Mb disks, and you should still be good.
JP


Re: Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

Joe Paton
 

tom,
When you have populated the list, then tab away from the list, press
alt-n for the next button, and you should be able to tab to the burn
button on that propperty sheet. If you get stuck drop me a note with
your contact details and I'll give you a call.
Won't be for the next two hours though.
Joe


Re: Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

Tom Kaufman
 

Joe and list: I apparently just don't know what I am doing here, for am trying to follow your instructions but, the more I delve into this thing, I become more confused as it is presenting me with things that I don't know what it's trying to tell me! I can get as far as pasteing the items into that list view, but that's as far as I get! Hope much needed! Was really hoping I could get this done today! But looks like it's not going to happen unless I'm fortunate enough to get this all explain in terms that I understand! Thanks to all for your indulgence!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Paton
Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2020 4:52 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

Tom,
a couple of pointers below.
Hope this gets you started.

ttom, when the program starts, there are 13 options displayed.
tab to the one you want, let's say urn files and folders, and press space-bar.
The destination cd drive window opens, if you have more than one cd drive, it will be displayed in this combo box.
cursorto the drive you want to use and press enter.
Now tab through the buttons, you will arrive at a list view dialogue, then a list view without the title dialogue. This is the one where you will drop the files you want to write to disk.

Now go to your files using windows explorer.

Highlight the files you want to burn, remembering the disk capacity and the total value of the data to be written.
If you have an 80 minute cd, then 800 Mb is your maximum data size to be written.

When files are highlighted, copy to the clipboard.

Now alt-tab back to the list view in anyburn.
Paste from the clipboard.
Tab to thhe first button outside the list view, press alt-n for the next button, and follow the prompts in the burning property sheet.

The more settings button opens up to allow the change of coppies, and a couple of other items you may like to adjust.


Re: Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

Tom Kaufman
 

Hello Joe and list: Have basically one question: how does one tell (before you start the burn) the size of the MB; this is to say, how do I know if I've gone over my limit? Here's my plan: I have a folder with a hundred and thirty three items in it; my plan is to maybe burn around 65 of these items on to one CD (these items run approximately a minute to a minute and a half! So I need to know if I can do this, or if I'm going to have to make more than two CDs to get this done? Thanks; you've been very informative so far!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Paton
Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2020 4:52 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

Tom,
a couple of pointers below.
Hope this gets you started.

ttom, when the program starts, there are 13 options displayed.
tab to the one you want, let's say urn files and folders, and press space-bar.
The destination cd drive window opens, if you have more than one cd drive, it will be displayed in this combo box.
cursorto the drive you want to use and press enter.
Now tab through the buttons, you will arrive at a list view dialogue, then a list view without the title dialogue. This is the one where you will drop the files you want to write to disk.

Now go to your files using windows explorer.

Highlight the files you want to burn, remembering the disk capacity and the total value of the data to be written.
If you have an 80 minute cd, then 800 Mb is your maximum data size to be written.

When files are highlighted, copy to the clipboard.

Now alt-tab back to the list view in anyburn.
Paste from the clipboard.
Tab to thhe first button outside the list view, press alt-n for the next button, and follow the prompts in the burning property sheet.

The more settings button opens up to allow the change of coppies, and a couple of other items you may like to adjust.


Re: Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

stewartross
 

hay thanks for all the info on any burn,
tell me is it possible to coppy a cd to your drive using any burn and if so can u tell me how to do this.
fromstewart

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe Paton" <joe@vi-ability.org.uk>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2020 9:51 AM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner


Tom,
a couple of pointers below.
Hope this gets you started.

ttom, when the program starts, there are 13 options displayed.
tab to the one you want, let's say urn files and folders, and press space-bar.
The destination cd drive window opens, if you have more than one cd drive, it will be displayed in this combo box.
cursorto the drive you want to use and press enter.
Now tab through the buttons, you will arrive at a list view dialogue, then a list view without the title dialogue. This is the one where you will drop the files you want to write to disk.

Now go to your files using windows explorer.

Highlight the files you want to burn, remembering the disk capacity and the total value of the data to be written.
If you have an 80 minute cd, then 800 Mb is your maximum data size to be written.

When files are highlighted, copy to the clipboard.

Now alt-tab back to the list view in anyburn.
Paste from the clipboard.
Tab to thhe first button outside the list view, press alt-n for the next button, and follow the prompts in the burning property sheet.

The more settings button opens up to allow the change of coppies, and a couple of other items you may like to adjust.







Re: Need Help Using AnyBurn CD Burner

Joe Paton
 

Tom,
a couple of pointers below.
Hope this gets you started.

ttom, when the program starts, there are 13 options displayed.
tab to the one you want, let's say urn files and folders, and press space-bar.
The destination cd drive window opens, if you have more than one cd drive, it will be displayed in this combo box.
cursorto the drive you want to use and press enter.
Now tab through the buttons, you will arrive at a list view dialogue, then a list view without the title dialogue. This is the one where you will drop the files you want to write to disk.

Now go to your files using windows explorer.

Highlight the files you want to burn, remembering the disk capacity and the total value of the data to be written.
If you have an 80 minute cd, then 800 Mb is your maximum data size to be written.

When files are highlighted, copy to the clipboard.

Now alt-tab back to the list view in anyburn.
Paste from the clipboard.
Tab to thhe first button outside the list view, press alt-n for the next button, and follow the prompts in the burning property sheet.

The more settings button opens up to allow the change of coppies, and a couple of other items you may like to adjust.

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