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Re: The best studiomonitors i've ever heard.

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
I bought them from thomann.de which apparently sell across all the europe at least.
I was hearing from people who ad read reviews about these speakers.
So it was a bit of a hit or miss.
But it was a hit for me.
/A

20 maj 2020 kl. 15:10 skrev Casey <cwollner@wi.rr.com>:

Hi where do you get them from and what made you select thees speakers over all that is out there?



On 5/20/2020 7:31 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
I have bought a pair of the Kahli Audio L4 monitors.
They’re proper speakers which has three different inputs.
Phono, tele and xlr plugs.
There are also switches on the back of each speaker. The switches sets the base and treble depending on how close or far from the wall they stand.
They are big but acts as table monitors.
The sound is really detailed with a lot of details from the base.
A pair costs around $300 i think.
I can say that my stereo is not used anymore.
/A

--
Casey




Re: Hamid can you please contact me

Andy
 

Hi Georgina.

As you say, only a seeing person will know what the buttons are for, though I suppose a sighted person would be able to read what is written on the device. There are 12 , I think nice tactyle buttons on the front, and as Hamid said in a recient message, he'd like on for his H6.

So I'm keen to let him have it free of charge.

I believe he lives in the States , so I'd need a postal address so I can ship it over to him.


Very best wishes.

Andy.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Georgina Joyce" <gena@gena-j.me.uk>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 2:29 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Hamid can you please contact me


Hello Andy,

I am waiting for my third party remote so don’t know for sure but my understanding is that the remote just has important buttons like stop play record. This enables the user to stop and start a recording without handling noise. Just like a television remote. I don’t think it would help in any way to edit recordings.

The Zoom ones are not cheap.

Regards,
On 20 May 2020, at 11:26, Andy via groups.io <meikle.aiden=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi again Hamid.

I've been trying to tidy and clean up my study.

I've found a brand new Zoom H6 remote control, still in it's box.

There does not appear to be any paperwork in the box but perhaps the buttons are self explanitory.

I've never had any reasons to use it as I usually edit my recordings through Goldwave, so can trim off any unwanted table or handling noice at the beginning and end of a session.

If you give me an address to send it to , including post code/zip then I can ship it off to you.

I think when I purchased my H6, I included the Accessory Pack. I'll never use it.

Andy Logue.

meikle.aiden@btinternet.com.



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Re: Audio learning resources

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Tony,

I don’t know if it is still available now so I’ll provide a link below. There were CAVI classes that were made public, then I think withdrawn. Because it was a course of using Reaper and the key mappings had changed. However, the first part is called audio essentials. Which is very informative and will help you.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/dyuegc7txt33des/audio_platinum.zip?dl=1

Gena

On 20 May 2020, at 08:29, Tony Sweeney <tonymsweeney@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi folk,


I wonder as a comparative newbee could you recommend any tutorials/podcasts etc. for learning audio as a beginner.


Thinking of say file sizes, compression anddifferent file types and other to get started with?



It would be good to know too how to know what can be sent say in an email as compared with just providing a link to a file sharing service?


Thanks for any assist with this,


Tony Sweeney



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Re: Hamid can you please contact me

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Andy,

I am waiting for my third party remote so don’t know for sure but my understanding is that the remote just has important buttons like stop play record. This enables the user to stop and start a recording without handling noise. Just like a television remote. I don’t think it would help in any way to edit recordings.

The Zoom ones are not cheap.

Regards,
On 20 May 2020, at 11:26, Andy via groups.io <meikle.aiden=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi again Hamid.

I've been trying to tidy and clean up my study.

I've found a brand new Zoom H6 remote control, still in it's box.

There does not appear to be any paperwork in the box but perhaps the buttons are self explanitory.

I've never had any reasons to use it as I usually edit my recordings through Goldwave, so can trim off any unwanted table or handling noice at the beginning and end of a session.

If you give me an address to send it to , including post code/zip then I can ship it off to you.

I think when I purchased my H6, I included the Accessory Pack. I'll never use it.

Andy Logue.

meikle.aiden@btinternet.com.



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Re: The best studiomonitors i've ever heard.

Casey
 

Hi where do you get them from and what made you select thees speakers over all that is out there?

On 5/20/2020 7:31 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
I have bought a pair of the Kahli Audio L4 monitors.
They’re proper speakers which has three different inputs.
Phono, tele and xlr plugs.
There are also switches on the back of each speaker. The switches sets the base and treble depending on how close or far from the wall they stand.
They are big but acts as table monitors.
The sound is really detailed with a lot of details from the base.
A pair costs around $300 i think.
I can say that my stereo is not used anymore.
/A

--
Casey


The best studiomonitors i've ever heard.

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
I have bought a pair of the Kahli Audio L4 monitors.
They’re proper speakers which has three different inputs.
Phono, tele and xlr plugs.
There are also switches on the back of each speaker. The switches sets the base and treble depending on how close or far from the wall they stand.
They are big but acts as table monitors.
The sound is really detailed with a lot of details from the base.
A pair costs around $300 i think.
I can say that my stereo is not used anymore.
/A


Hamid can you please contact me

Andy
 

Hi again Hamid.

I've been trying to tidy and clean up my study.

I've found a brand new Zoom H6 remote control, still in it's box.

There does not appear to be any paperwork in the box but perhaps the buttons are self explanitory.

I've never had any reasons to use it as I usually edit my recordings through Goldwave, so can trim off any unwanted table or handling noice at the beginning and end of a session.

If you give me an address to send it to , including post code/zip then I can ship it off to you.

I think when I purchased my H6, I included the Accessory Pack. I'll never use it.

Andy Logue.

meikle.aiden@btinternet.com.


Audio learning resources

Tony Sweeney <tonymsweeney@...>
 

Hi folk,


I wonder as a comparative newbee could you recommend any tutorials/podcasts etc. for learning audio as a beginner.


Thinking of say file sizes, compression anddifferent file types and other to get started with?



It would be good to know too how to know what can be sent say in an email as compared with just providing a link to a file sharing service?


Thanks for any assist with this,


Tony Sweeney


new Aftershokz headset question

Drew Hunthausen
 

Dear list,

Thought I'd put this out there on this list as it is kind of related. I just
purchased the new Aftershokz Xtrainers which are their water proof model for
swimming. Since Bluetooth doesn't work underwater these are mp3 with
storage. I'm trying to figure out how to download podcasts and or music on
to them from my computer through i-tunes/ I-cloud but can't figure it out.
The Headset blugs into the computer and a drive comes up to download the
content to, just can't figure out how to use itunes or icould to do this.
Open to other methods as well. Thanks



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Master dynamics.

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
Has anyone heard of the brand master dynamics.
They seem to do some nice headphones but i am not sure if the sell overseas so i am not quite sure if i can order from them.
/A


Hello my name is Victor I just downloaded coldwave to my computer I need help trying to set it up.

VICTOR ANDREWS
 

Sent from my iPhone Dear friends, how are you all doing? I will need help trying to set up my gold wave I have a download it I’m just trying to figure how do I set up. So if and when he describe me or either take over my computer that will work call Meghan 917559300 or email me at A&E REWS 17 thanks


Here's the response from Sound Devices

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Georgina,

Thank you for contacting Sound Devices. Thank you for your inquiry about accessibility regarding the Wingman application as well. I have contacted our marketing team, and I actually found the following response to a similar recent request:

The MixPre-3 II is fairly accessible to visually impaired users. I would recommend a Custom mode approach where the front-panel knobs can be set as the only gain control. Our Wingman app for iPhone works fairly well with the accessibility feature.

I don't have additional information regarding the Android platform, but I assume it is similar. I will pass your suggestions for accessibility along to Product Development, since this is a second request is a short period of time, which is awesome!

Thank you for your inquiry!

Best regards,
Danny Greenwald

Your original inquiry:
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Is your app accessible on smart phones?
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environment:
Explain the details about the environmental conditions when the issue occurred.
Hello, I am a potential new customer. I am blind and need a screen reader to read and guide interactions of a applications either on the PC or smart phone.

The blind community are very excited about 32 bit floating point recording. Because setting the gain stage correctly has always been a hit and miss affair. I am sure you know that the Zoom F6 is your competition and a few blind people have already recorded a guide on how to use the F6. They state that the app is partly accessible. However, I see your offering has an Android app too. I installed it on a Galaxy S8 hoping to see a dummy recorder to explore how accessible it is. Unfortunately, as I don't have a MixPre-3 I cannot evaluate accessibility.

Therefore, have your apps been built with accessibility in mind with equal access to all? Can the menu system be scrolled and selections made via IOS = VoiceOver Android = Talkback or in the case of Samsung phones Voice Assistant?

Such an investment for many of us is huge so we don't have the funds to buy and deal with accessibility later. So would one of your recorders supported by smart phone apps be accessible to screen reader users? Could someone honestly check and report?

Thank you
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++




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Re: F6 reviews

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Frank,

Better build quality and Android an IOS apps were stated. Along with having to buy an additional bluetooth dongle. Which prompted him to prefer the MixPre-3 II. Don’t forget he has both devices that he paid for out of his own money.

Furthermore, a selling point for the Zoom is that you get twice as many XLR’s for the same money. Just think what he is saying there.

Regards,






On 19 May 2020, at 00:52, frank cuta <cuta@bentonrea.com> wrote:

As I recall he liked both of them a lot and only chose the sound devices based on personal preference more than increased functionality.

Frank


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To: all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [all-audio] F6 reviews


Hello All,

You will note that Curtis favoured the Sound Devices MixPre-3 II over the Zoom F6. On build and the remote for the F6 is very expensive. The Sound Devices machine doesn’t have a dedicated one but several cheaper third party ones are available. Curtis found the F6 too small and the plastic knobs wobble and as he pointed out if they are mounted on a circuit board then it is a weak design. I have written to Sound Devices to see if their IOS and Android apps are accessible to screen readers.

Regards,


On 18 May 2020, at 12:59, Andy via groups.io <meikle.aiden=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi guys.

I wouldn't mind Johnaphins demo. I hear that the Mossion Explosion has done some very interesting podcasts.

Is there a subscrib link perhaps or a e-mail address available.

Andy.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Hamit Campos" <hamitcampos@gmail.com>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, May 17, 2020 9:24 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] F6 reviews


Hi Frank. Ha that’s interesting. As over dubbing isn’t a thing I do I missed that. Strange as Zooms are musician based mostly. Did Curtis giv any reason why? I’ll have to listen to his review again. But bro me wants an F6. I know I’ll want it more after Neal demos his Rode NT1-A on it.
On May 17, 2020, at 4:17 PM, frank cuta <cuta@bentonrea.com> wrote:

After listening to the review of the F6 on mosen at large I was all ready to
sell my H6 and replace it. However after listening to the Curtis Judd
review on you tube I am having secondthoughts. Curtis claims that its not
a good primary deck for musicians because it will not permit you to overlay
tracks. I hope that I am misunderstanding something here. Why would anyone
build a multitrack recorder that would not let you do sound on sound.
Frank








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Re: Overall accessibility of Zoom H6

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Hamit,
Yes, I have flashed many devices etc, so I had put a cable in even though the batteries are newish. I did get the prompts and it did state the update was complete.

Here’s the text from the notes but they don’t mean that much as the images have been stripped. I will get AIRA on the job later:
Outputting tone signals when starting and stopping recording (sound marker function)
When starting and stopping recording, the
When recording audio for video with the
can output tone signals (sound markers).
, by inputting tone signals into the camera recording, aligning the audio with the video will be easier.
Setting the "Mode"
Use to select the conditions for outputting sound markers and press
1. Press
2. Use
and press
3. Use
Marker" and press
4. Use to select a menu item and press
to select "REC"
NOTE
Markers will not be output when the overdubbing or voice memo functions is in use.
to select "Sound
Setting the "Sound"
Use to select the type of sound marker and press
Setting the "Level"
Use to set the sound marker level and press
07
ver.2.0 Outputting tone signals when starting and stopping recording (sound marker function)
--- 112 ---

On 19 May 2020, at 02:17, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Gena. Well then yes. Hold the play button as you boot up, When that menu comes up scroll to yes press that menu lever in and bingo. Just leave it be after that. The screen will let you know when it’s done. Oh plug it in by the way. John doesn’t say this but just to be safe and not take the chance of bricking the recorder. What demo of Neal’s are you asking about? If the H6 he did use the NT1-A in it mostly at the beginning but he used it most in this podcast. Now if the F6 well now rode NT1-A into an F6 would be super awesome. We’ll see what he does as he just got it a few days ago. Also his site is having a page repaired.
On May 18, 2020, at 2:51 PM, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Gena. Better YouTube it as John did a vid on how to do it. But here’s what I seem to remember John saying. As you pull the switch to power up hold the play button down. Wait until that upgrade screen comes up. use the menu lever to go to okay and then I guess just leave it be. Again best YouTube how to upgrade H6 to be safe.

Sent from my iPhone

On May 18, 2020, at 2:28 PM, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:

Hello,

Thanks for the heads up. Does anyone know what buttons are required? They have used graphics to show the button to be held while turning on and the button to be pressed to confirm.

Thanks,


On 18 May 2020, at 18:55, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
Ah thanks for that. I haven’t checked the Zoom website in a wile. They must’ve written a new firmware at some point. When did you down load this? Well then for whom ever started this thread that’s 1 less worry my friend. Now we’ll know what the hell we’re doing with the thing. Lol! I’ll also have to give Zoom a congrats call. Yes I do that. I did when they did it with the F recorders.
I also said you’ve taken your first step. Like Olympus did. Hopefully you all can get to talking menus and settings at some point.
On May 18, 2020, at 12:56 PM, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@gmail.com> wrote:
It is werth noticing that you must update the h6 firmware
Then you will find that there are beeps for recording/stopping.

On Sat, 16 May 2020 at 15:10, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Mike. Well if you are like me and get totally lost without speach no
it ain't accessible but for arming and disarming and recording and
stopping. There are no beeps so if you pause your recording you'd better
remember you did to either re-start or not pause a recording by axident.
I've done just that. Now I don't wana sound like it's tottaly not usable
at all. I do have 1. It is unusable if you don't like to have headphones
on and again if menus not talking confuses you if you don't have someone
to read them. So tip 1 from me keep headphones handy. This way you can
hear the mics come on if you light them up. Or you can hear if you use
the XLRs weather they are stereo linked or not. I keep asking zoom to
please oh please at least have someone sit in a studio like Olympus did.
Because I think a speach synth would cost more no? Now the F6 is like
the older and at this point some of the cheeper Olympus recorders. It
does beep for starting pausing and stopping recordings, It beeps for low
batteries oh yeah and that's another thing no warning from the H6. It
just saves the file and dies. Yes obviously the screen shows the battery
but again these things don't speak. So in any event back to the F6 for a
second and the F8N for that matter. There's another beep for something
else that I can't remember right now but the point is that those at
least do those few beeps like the earlier before the DS recorders
Olympus. Now you can call the Aira people or use Be My Eyes. That's what
I've done. I also have my neice Abby help me too.

On 5/16/2020 8:24 AM, Mike Busboom wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have been noticing a lot of discussion about the Zoom H6, so I know
that it can be used by blind people. Does anyone know of a podcast which
specifically discusses the level of accessibility of this unit. Does the
unit have voice guidance such as many Olympus recorders, or is there a
different approach to use from a blindness perspective?

With thanks in advance,

Mike







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Re: Overall accessibility of Zoom H6

Hamit Campos
 

Hi Gena. Well then yes. Hold the play button as you boot up, When that menu comes up scroll to yes press that menu lever in and bingo. Just leave it be after that. The screen will let you know when it’s done. Oh plug it in by the way. John doesn’t say this but just to be safe and not take the chance of bricking the recorder. What demo of Neal’s are you asking about? If the H6 he did use the NT1-A in it mostly at the beginning but he used it most in this podcast. Now if the F6 well now rode NT1-A into an F6 would be super awesome. We’ll see what he does as he just got it a few days ago. Also his site is having a page repaired.

On May 18, 2020, at 2:51 PM, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Gena. Better YouTube it as John did a vid on how to do it. But here’s what I seem to remember John saying. As you pull the switch to power up hold the play button down. Wait until that upgrade screen comes up. use the menu lever to go to okay and then I guess just leave it be. Again best YouTube how to upgrade H6 to be safe.

Sent from my iPhone

On May 18, 2020, at 2:28 PM, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:

Hello,

Thanks for the heads up. Does anyone know what buttons are required? They have used graphics to show the button to be held while turning on and the button to be pressed to confirm.

Thanks,


On 18 May 2020, at 18:55, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
Ah thanks for that. I haven’t checked the Zoom website in a wile. They must’ve written a new firmware at some point. When did you down load this? Well then for whom ever started this thread that’s 1 less worry my friend. Now we’ll know what the hell we’re doing with the thing. Lol! I’ll also have to give Zoom a congrats call. Yes I do that. I did when they did it with the F recorders.
I also said you’ve taken your first step. Like Olympus did. Hopefully you all can get to talking menus and settings at some point.
On May 18, 2020, at 12:56 PM, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@gmail.com> wrote:
It is werth noticing that you must update the h6 firmware
Then you will find that there are beeps for recording/stopping.

On Sat, 16 May 2020 at 15:10, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Mike. Well if you are like me and get totally lost without speach no
it ain't accessible but for arming and disarming and recording and
stopping. There are no beeps so if you pause your recording you'd better
remember you did to either re-start or not pause a recording by axident.
I've done just that. Now I don't wana sound like it's tottaly not usable
at all. I do have 1. It is unusable if you don't like to have headphones
on and again if menus not talking confuses you if you don't have someone
to read them. So tip 1 from me keep headphones handy. This way you can
hear the mics come on if you light them up. Or you can hear if you use
the XLRs weather they are stereo linked or not. I keep asking zoom to
please oh please at least have someone sit in a studio like Olympus did.
Because I think a speach synth would cost more no? Now the F6 is like
the older and at this point some of the cheeper Olympus recorders. It
does beep for starting pausing and stopping recordings, It beeps for low
batteries oh yeah and that's another thing no warning from the H6. It
just saves the file and dies. Yes obviously the screen shows the battery
but again these things don't speak. So in any event back to the F6 for a
second and the F8N for that matter. There's another beep for something
else that I can't remember right now but the point is that those at
least do those few beeps like the earlier before the DS recorders
Olympus. Now you can call the Aira people or use Be My Eyes. That's what
I've done. I also have my neice Abby help me too.

On 5/16/2020 8:24 AM, Mike Busboom wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have been noticing a lot of discussion about the Zoom H6, so I know
that it can be used by blind people. Does anyone know of a podcast which
specifically discusses the level of accessibility of this unit. Does the
unit have voice guidance such as many Olympus recorders, or is there a
different approach to use from a blindness perspective?

With thanks in advance,

Mike







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Re: Olympus DM-720 impressions?

Hamit Campos
 

Oh yes I did forget something. I don’t have the DM 720 but if those that had the 420 or 520 used the podcast folder as I did know that’s this folder is now gone on the 720. This may affect playback. Because the recorder would remember where you left off even after shut down. This is 1 beef I do have with the LS-14 as well and in general I hate how it rewinds too far.

On May 18, 2020, at 3:09 PM, Howard Traxler <htraxler7@gmail.com> wrote:

Tom, have you ever had or had reason to know about the 520? I'm wondering how much like the 520 is the 720? I.E., the input jack is shared between mic and line and is located at the business end between the microphones; the audio output jack is 3.5MM and located on the side; the remote control jack is 2.5MM and also on the side; the USB port is also the charging connector and is on the end away from the mics; the power and key lock is a slider on the side near the record, stop and play buttons. This describes the 520.
.

On 5/18/2020 12:05 PM, Tom Kaufman wrote:
Hello David: I have the Olympus DM-720; it pretty much does what I needed to do; records in at least two formats MP3 and WAB (think it'll do others as well) has been a little while since I have used it! But as I said, it'll do what I need it to do!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of David Mehler
Sent: Monday, May 18, 2020 12:59 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Olympus DM-720 impressions?

Hello,

Does anyone have the Olympus DM-720 recorder? If so what are your
impressions of it? What do you like and do not like?

Thanks.
Dave.








Re: F6 reviews

frank cuta
 

As I recall he liked both of them a lot and only chose the sound devices based on personal preference more than increased functionality.

Frank

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Georgina Joyce
Sent: Monday, May 18, 2020 5:15 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] F6 reviews


Hello All,

You will note that Curtis favoured the Sound Devices MixPre-3 II over the Zoom F6. On build and the remote for the F6 is very expensive. The Sound Devices machine doesn’t have a dedicated one but several cheaper third party ones are available. Curtis found the F6 too small and the plastic knobs wobble and as he pointed out if they are mounted on a circuit board then it is a weak design. I have written to Sound Devices to see if their IOS and Android apps are accessible to screen readers.

Regards,


On 18 May 2020, at 12:59, Andy via groups.io <meikle.aiden=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi guys.

I wouldn't mind Johnaphins demo. I hear that the Mossion Explosion has done some very interesting podcasts.

Is there a subscrib link perhaps or a e-mail address available.

Andy.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Hamit Campos" <hamitcampos@gmail.com>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, May 17, 2020 9:24 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] F6 reviews


Hi Frank. Ha that’s interesting. As over dubbing isn’t a thing I do I missed that. Strange as Zooms are musician based mostly. Did Curtis giv any reason why? I’ll have to listen to his review again. But bro me wants an F6. I know I’ll want it more after Neal demos his Rode NT1-A on it.
On May 17, 2020, at 4:17 PM, frank cuta <cuta@bentonrea.com> wrote:

After listening to the review of the F6 on mosen at large I was all ready to
sell my H6 and replace it. However after listening to the Curtis Judd
review on you tube I am having secondthoughts. Curtis claims that its not
a good primary deck for musicians because it will not permit you to overlay
tracks. I hope that I am misunderstanding something here. Why would anyone
build a multitrack recorder that would not let you do sound on sound.
Frank








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Re: Overall accessibility of Zoom H6

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Aidan,

Who told you this? I have updated and I don’t have any bleeps. It maybe that the update didn’t take. The sighted agent had difficulty in seeing the screen, so I will wait until daylight and get them to check the version. In reading the notes I see the bleeps are for when used in conjunction with a camera and they appear on the film.

I will clarify this tomorrow.

Regards,

On 18 May 2020, at 17:56, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@gmail.com> wrote:

It is werth noticing that you must update the h6 firmware
Then you will find that there are beeps for recording/stopping.

On Sat, 16 May 2020 at 15:10, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Mike. Well if you are like me and get totally lost without speach no
it ain't accessible but for arming and disarming and recording and
stopping. There are no beeps so if you pause your recording you'd better
remember you did to either re-start or not pause a recording by axident.
I've done just that. Now I don't wana sound like it's tottaly not usable
at all. I do have 1. It is unusable if you don't like to have headphones
on and again if menus not talking confuses you if you don't have someone
to read them. So tip 1 from me keep headphones handy. This way you can
hear the mics come on if you light them up. Or you can hear if you use
the XLRs weather they are stereo linked or not. I keep asking zoom to
please oh please at least have someone sit in a studio like Olympus did.
Because I think a speach synth would cost more no? Now the F6 is like
the older and at this point some of the cheeper Olympus recorders. It
does beep for starting pausing and stopping recordings, It beeps for low
batteries oh yeah and that's another thing no warning from the H6. It
just saves the file and dies. Yes obviously the screen shows the battery
but again these things don't speak. So in any event back to the F6 for a
second and the F8N for that matter. There's another beep for something
else that I can't remember right now but the point is that those at
least do those few beeps like the earlier before the DS recorders
Olympus. Now you can call the Aira people or use Be My Eyes. That's what
I've done. I also have my neice Abby help me too.

On 5/16/2020 8:24 AM, Mike Busboom wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have been noticing a lot of discussion about the Zoom H6, so I know
that it can be used by blind people. Does anyone know of a podcast which
specifically discusses the level of accessibility of this unit. Does the
unit have voice guidance such as many Olympus recorders, or is there a
different approach to use from a blindness perspective?

With thanks in advance,

Mike






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Re: A Zoom question.

Colin Howard
 

Joe,

thanks.

I'll look it up but am aware of possible delays.

Meantime, I received the following email which would seem to answer most, if
not all my needs. A friend has an amazon account I don't, will ask them to
purchase for me. I've written back to the original sender to ask if the
system needs power or can obtain enough if plugged into an USB un-powered
hub.

Email follows:

********************
Possible WebCam for Zoom.

From: Mike <mike@sauchenford.plus.com>
Date: Mon, 18 May 2020 13:49:10 +0100

Hi Colin

I recently bought this camera from Amazon for about £50 (link below).

https://amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07FNB2KDQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Very easy to use, USB connection, no set up or drivers required, it just
works when plugged in, on a Windows 10 machine anyway.

It includes an integrated microphone and no switches required. Zoom uses
Alt + A to switch mike on or off and Alt + V to switch video on or off.

The camera is designed to hook over a monitor but will stand on a flat
surface with tilt and also has a standard threaded hole in the base to
accept a camera tripod or similar.

I'm sure there are cheaper but this one is good quality and provides HD
video.

Hope that helps, good luck

Kind Regards,
Mike
Chair
ROCKTALK TN Stirling
mike@rocktalk.org.uk

On Mon, 18 May 2020 14:50:05 +0100, "Joe Paton" <joe@vi-ability.org.uk>
wrote:

-Colin,
-I think it was called the life-cam, from Microsoft.
-You will be verry lucky to buy anything in U K outlets at present.
-
-A big shortage due to the accelleration of online meetings and so on.
-requiring camera and mic kits.
-So much so, that a company we work with, have bought there employees
-laptops, and are using the in-built web cams and microphones because
-they can not locate any camera's or microphones for remote working.
-But when available, The Microsoft Life-cam, retailed for about 28 uk
-pounds, and really easy to set up, clips to the top edge of your monitor.
-Plug and play, beeing microsoft, drivers already on most windows 7, 8
-and windows 10 systems.
-Good luck.
-
-A reasonable microphone for the job you want it to do.
-
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Re: Overall accessibility of Zoom H6

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Hamit,

You are correct. Although he doesn’t say exactly what key to press for selecting OK or as the manual states Yes,. He says scroll to continue. It will be clear as mud, when I try it.

Did you say Neil has done a demo with your favourite mic? Is this for public consumption or did he do it for you.

Regards,


On 18 May 2020, at 19:51, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Gena. Better YouTube it as John did a vid on how to do it. But here’s what I seem to remember John saying. As you pull the switch to power up hold the play button down. Wait until that upgrade screen comes up. use the menu lever to go to okay and then I guess just leave it be. Again best YouTube how to upgrade H6 to be safe.
On May 18, 2020, at 2:28 PM, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:

Hello,

Thanks for the heads up. Does anyone know what buttons are required? They have used graphics to show the button to be held while turning on and the button to be pressed to confirm.

Thanks,


On 18 May 2020, at 18:55, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Ah thanks for that. I haven’t checked the Zoom website in a wile. They must’ve written a new firmware at some point. When did you down load this? Well then for whom ever started this thread that’s 1 less worry my friend. Now we’ll know what the hell we’re doing with the thing. Lol! I’ll also have to give Zoom a congrats call. Yes I do that. I did when they did it with the F recorders.
I also said you’ve taken your first step. Like Olympus did. Hopefully you all can get to talking menus and settings at some point.
On May 18, 2020, at 12:56 PM, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@gmail.com> wrote:
It is werth noticing that you must update the h6 firmware
Then you will find that there are beeps for recording/stopping.

On Sat, 16 May 2020 at 15:10, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Mike. Well if you are like me and get totally lost without speach no
it ain't accessible but for arming and disarming and recording and
stopping. There are no beeps so if you pause your recording you'd better
remember you did to either re-start or not pause a recording by axident.
I've done just that. Now I don't wana sound like it's tottaly not usable
at all. I do have 1. It is unusable if you don't like to have headphones
on and again if menus not talking confuses you if you don't have someone
to read them. So tip 1 from me keep headphones handy. This way you can
hear the mics come on if you light them up. Or you can hear if you use
the XLRs weather they are stereo linked or not. I keep asking zoom to
please oh please at least have someone sit in a studio like Olympus did.
Because I think a speach synth would cost more no? Now the F6 is like
the older and at this point some of the cheeper Olympus recorders. It
does beep for starting pausing and stopping recordings, It beeps for low
batteries oh yeah and that's another thing no warning from the H6. It
just saves the file and dies. Yes obviously the screen shows the battery
but again these things don't speak. So in any event back to the F6 for a
second and the F8N for that matter. There's another beep for something
else that I can't remember right now but the point is that those at
least do those few beeps like the earlier before the DS recorders
Olympus. Now you can call the Aira people or use Be My Eyes. That's what
I've done. I also have my neice Abby help me too.

On 5/16/2020 8:24 AM, Mike Busboom wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have been noticing a lot of discussion about the Zoom H6, so I know
that it can be used by blind people. Does anyone know of a podcast which
specifically discusses the level of accessibility of this unit. Does the
unit have voice guidance such as many Olympus recorders, or is there a
different approach to use from a blindness perspective?

With thanks in advance,

Mike







Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




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DMR ID: 2346259
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