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Re: Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

Tom Kaufman
 

Well I guess it's now a moot point; the link he put up is gone now! I have
no idea of what you meant when you said "change the "0" to "1" I just
clicked the link that Dane provided; a thing popped up and I found the
'play" button, but saw no way to download it!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Pat Seed
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2019 11:15 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The
World

Hi Tom,
You need to change the ending (0) to (1) that is 1 on the numbers roe. Then
try again. That should work.
Blessings and All the Very Best,
Pat Seed

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Kaufman" <tomcat53@comcast.net>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2019 8:45 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The
World


I did not see a download button; all I could find was a "play" button!
What
did I miss here?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Colin
Howard
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2019 7:56 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The
World

Greetings,

I can answer as I've downloaded the file it is 1.35GB, plays on my system
of
W7 using WMP12.

On Sun, 14 Jul 2019 12:14:53 -0400, "Hamit Campos" <hamitcampos@gmail.com>
wrote:

-Dain how big is this file? Should I even try? Remember the trouble i had
-when you tried to share the Blind Cool Tech folders with me. Which We'll
-have to think of something else with that my friend.


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Re: Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

Pat Seed
 

Hi Tom,
You need to change the ending (0) to (1) that is 1 on the numbers roe. Then try again. That should work.
Blessings and All the Very Best,
Pat Seed

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Kaufman" <tomcat53@comcast.net>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2019 8:45 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World


I did not see a download button; all I could find was a "play" button! What
did I miss here?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Colin
Howard
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2019 7:56 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The
World

Greetings,

I can answer as I've downloaded the file it is 1.35GB, plays on my system of
W7 using WMP12.

On Sun, 14 Jul 2019 12:14:53 -0400, "Hamit Campos" <hamitcampos@gmail.com>
wrote:

-Dain how big is this file? Should I even try? Remember the trouble i had
-when you tried to share the Blind Cool Tech folders with me. Which We'll
-have to think of something else with that my friend.


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Re: Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

Tom Kaufman
 

I did not see a download button; all I could find was a "play" button! What
did I miss here?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Colin
Howard
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2019 7:56 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The
World

Greetings,

I can answer as I've downloaded the file it is 1.35GB, plays on my system of
W7 using WMP12.

On Sun, 14 Jul 2019 12:14:53 -0400, "Hamit Campos" <hamitcampos@gmail.com>
wrote:

-Dain how big is this file? Should I even try? Remember the trouble i had
-when you tried to share the Blind Cool Tech folders with me. Which We'll
-have to think of something else with that my friend.


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Re: Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

I can answer as I've downloaded the file it is 1.35GB, plays on my system of
W7 using WMP12.

On Sun, 14 Jul 2019 12:14:53 -0400, "Hamit Campos" <hamitcampos@gmail.com>
wrote:

-Dain how big is this file? Should I even try? Remember the trouble i had
-when you tried to share the Blind Cool Tech folders with me. Which We'll
-have to think of something else with that my friend.


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Re: Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

Hamit Campos
 

Dain how big is this file? Should I even try? Remember the trouble i had when you tried to share the Blind Cool Tech folders with me. Which We'll have to think of something else with that my friend.

On 7/13/2019 2:53 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm watching this documentary right now as recorded by my Silicondust TV
Tuner and Plex Media Server software so though I'd share it with you all and
hope it brings back memories for some and perhaps is a field of discovery
for others like me who just aren't old enough to remember the amazing events
of that time.

This video was recorded and uploaded as is from live Free To Air Australian
Television and is fairly large in size.

Enjoy!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/m9mddk5lv3sdze6/Apollo%2011%20-%20A%20Step%20That%
20Changed%20The%20World%20-%202019-07-13%2019%2000%2000%20-%20Episode%2007-1
3.ts?dl=0




Re: Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

Matthew Chao
 

I was 15, and on vacation in Italy with my mom and younger brother. we were sitting in a small restaurant at about 8:30 at night, listening to the moon landing on my Sears shortwave radio. Everybody there was silent as the landing progressed, and cheered once it was successful. Pretty amazing for a kid away from home.--Matthew Chao

On 7/14/2019 1:35 AM, Colin Howard wrote:
Greetings,
I am old enough to have watched the landing at halfpast three in the morning
of 21 July 1969, on a small black-and-white 405-line tv set.
If it be the Lord's will to allow me to remain living on the Earth, I reach
70 years of age on 27 July.
On Sun, 14 Jul 2019 04:53:17 +1000, "Dane Trethowan"
<grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:
-To: <all-audio@groups.io>
-Subject: [all-audio] Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World
-From: "Dane Trethowan" <grtdane@internode.on.net>
-Date: Sun, 14 Jul 2019 04:53:17 +1000
-
-Hi everyone,
-
-I'm watching this documentary right now as recorded by my Silicondust TV
-Tuner and Plex Media Server software so though I'd share it with you all
and
-hope it brings back memories for some and perhaps is a field of discovery
-for others like me who just aren't old enough to remember the amazing
events
-of that time.
-
-This video was recorded and uploaded as is from live Free To Air Australian
-Television and is fairly large in size.
-
-Enjoy!
-
-https://www.dropbox.com/s/m9mddk5lv3sdze6/Apollo%2011%20-%20A%20Step%20That%
-20Changed%20The%20World%20-%202019-07-13%2019%2000%2000%20-%20Episode%2007-1
-3.ts?dl=0
-
-
-
-
-
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Re: Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

VLC or Windows Film TV App should deal with these files along with Windows Media Player, a TS file is a standard Transport Video Stream.

On 14 Jul 2019, at 3:51 pm, John Covici <covici@ccs.covici.com> wrote:

What can I do with .ts file? I don't seem to have a program to play
them.

On Sat, 13 Jul 2019 14:53:17 -0400,
Dane Trethowan wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm watching this documentary right now as recorded by my Silicondust TV
Tuner and Plex Media Server software so though I'd share it with you all and
hope it brings back memories for some and perhaps is a field of discovery
for others like me who just aren't old enough to remember the amazing events
of that time.

This video was recorded and uploaded as is from live Free To Air Australian
Television and is fairly large in size.

Enjoy!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/m9mddk5lv3sdze6/Apollo%2011%20-%20A%20Step%20That%
20Changed%20The%20World%20-%202019-07-13%2019%2000%2000%20-%20Episode%2007-1
3.ts?dl=0





--
Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
How do
you spend it?

John Covici wb2una
covici@ccs.covici.com



Re: Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

John Covici
 

What can I do with .ts file? I don't seem to have a program to play
them.

On Sat, 13 Jul 2019 14:53:17 -0400,
Dane Trethowan wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm watching this documentary right now as recorded by my Silicondust TV
Tuner and Plex Media Server software so though I'd share it with you all and
hope it brings back memories for some and perhaps is a field of discovery
for others like me who just aren't old enough to remember the amazing events
of that time.

This video was recorded and uploaded as is from live Free To Air Australian
Television and is fairly large in size.

Enjoy!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/m9mddk5lv3sdze6/Apollo%2011%20-%20A%20Step%20That%
20Changed%20The%20World%20-%202019-07-13%2019%2000%2000%20-%20Episode%2007-1
3.ts?dl=0





--
Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
How do
you spend it?

John Covici wb2una
covici@ccs.covici.com


Re: Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

I am old enough to have watched the landing at halfpast three in the morning
of 21 July 1969, on a small black-and-white 405-line tv set.

If it be the Lord's will to allow me to remain living on the Earth, I reach
70 years of age on 27 July.

On Sun, 14 Jul 2019 04:53:17 +1000, "Dane Trethowan"
<grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:

-To: <all-audio@groups.io>
-Subject: [all-audio] Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World
-From: "Dane Trethowan" <grtdane@internode.on.net>
-Date: Sun, 14 Jul 2019 04:53:17 +1000
-
-Hi everyone,
-
-I'm watching this documentary right now as recorded by my Silicondust TV
-Tuner and Plex Media Server software so though I'd share it with you all
and
-hope it brings back memories for some and perhaps is a field of discovery
-for others like me who just aren't old enough to remember the amazing
events
-of that time.
-
-This video was recorded and uploaded as is from live Free To Air Australian
-Television and is fairly large in size.
-
-Enjoy!
-
-https://www.dropbox.com/s/m9mddk5lv3sdze6/Apollo%2011%20-%20A%20Step%20That%
-20Changed%20The%20World%20-%202019-07-13%2019%2000%2000%20-%20Episode%2007-1
-3.ts?dl=0
-
-
-
-
-


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Re: Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Well to say the Zoom H1N has menus wouldn't be describing the machine accurately.
Yes, the H1N has a setup menu of sorts but it isn't crucial to using the machine.
All other functions have shortcuts pretty much so its just a matter of remembering what key preses and holds do what.
The Zoom H1N has a comprehensive list of functions controlled by a most interesting interface that won't be a problem to get around once I learn it, if I can use keyboard shortcuts on a computer then the Zoom H1N will be as easy as peazy.
The H1 had no menu system at all but was limited in its functionality.
Actually the author of a review I watched on the Zoom H1N actually recommends that if you already have a Zoom H1 - and you're happy with it - then don't bother upgrading.
My Zoom H1 unit is 9 years old and has seen better days so why not the upgrade.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders Holmberg
Sent: Sunday, 14 July 2019 6:01 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Hi!
I just heard my friend about another recorder with no menus at all which makes me interestd.
I don’t give a dam about the zooms cause i can’t for the life of me remember the menus and have no sighted help for that either.
/A

12 juli 2019 kl. 03:41 skrev Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net>:

Just received this in the mail and have had a brief look at the recorder.

First glances leave me impressed.

The H1N is heavier then the previous H1 and sports most of the
controls on the front of the recorder below the display.

I like the idea of the analogue input level control which is very
stiff to adjust and small enough to keep out of the way so the
adjustment stays permanent and won't be knocked.

The H1N runs on 2 AAA batteries and requires the user to go through a
setup process for display language, Time and Date etc so no recordings
unfortunately until I get some eyeballs to give me a hand tomorrow but
I can tell you now that tomorrow just can't come quickly enough.

One of the problems I found with the Zoom H1 was the slow recovery of
the Automatic Recording Level so it will be interesting to see what if
anything Zoom have done about this? I suspect that the limiters now
included with the recorder will make all the difference here and -
this being the case - the H1N could make a very nice recorder for
dictation along with just about everything else.

Others didn't like the fact that the older H1 didn't have a pause
control so the addition of a pause control is welcome along with a pre-record buffer.

The slot for the Micro SD card is easily accessible on the right hand
side of the recorder just below the input jack and can be opened
easily so that's another nice touch for this handy recorder over the older model.

Too many other additional features and functions to mention over the
H1 so I look forward to sorting all of these out over time and I'm
glad it's the weekend, others might be disappointed with the weekend
weather - bitterly cold and windy here - but its great manual-type reading weather.

.






Re: Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
I just heard my friend about another recorder with no menus at all which makes me interestd.
I don’t give a dam about the zooms cause i can’t for the life of me remember the menus and have no sighted help for that either.
/A

12 juli 2019 kl. 03:41 skrev Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net>:

Just received this in the mail and have had a brief look at the recorder.

First glances leave me impressed.

The H1N is heavier then the previous H1 and sports most of the controls on
the front of the recorder below the display.

I like the idea of the analogue input level control which is very stiff to
adjust and small enough to keep out of the way so the adjustment stays
permanent and won't be knocked.

The H1N runs on 2 AAA batteries and requires the user to go through a setup
process for display language, Time and Date etc so no recordings
unfortunately until I get some eyeballs to give me a hand tomorrow but I can
tell you now that tomorrow just can't come quickly enough.

One of the problems I found with the Zoom H1 was the slow recovery of the
Automatic Recording Level so it will be interesting to see what if anything
Zoom have done about this? I suspect that the limiters now included with the
recorder will make all the difference here and - this being the case - the
H1N could make a very nice recorder for dictation along with just about
everything else.

Others didn't like the fact that the older H1 didn't have a pause control so
the addition of a pause control is welcome along with a pre-record buffer.

The slot for the Micro SD card is easily accessible on the right hand side
of the recorder just below the input jack and can be opened easily so that's
another nice touch for this handy recorder over the older model.

Too many other additional features and functions to mention over the H1 so I
look forward to sorting all of these out over time and I'm glad it's the
weekend, others might be disappointed with the weekend weather - bitterly
cold and windy here - but its great manual-type reading weather.

.






Re: Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Okay here's a small sample as recorded from the built-in microphones of the Zoom H1N covered by the Zoom Windscreen.
I don't think the Zoom Windscreens are as good as the Gutman type I own so I'm looking around to see if I can find a Gutman to fit the H1N.
Anyway the recording is of me getting up from my office desk and going outside into the backyard for a little while before coming in again.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/olzjroysjjo6x4m/ZOOM0009.WAV?dl=0

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Aidan
Sent: Sunday, 14 July 2019 4:58 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Thanks this is very helpfull. I will save this mail

On 7/13/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:
I can shed some light on all of this now having set the recorder up.
The 4 buttons belief the display - Audio, Low Cut, Limiter and Level -
become function buttons when the setup screen is active thus the 2
middle buttons are your cursor, the left is cancel and the right is okay.
Such is indicated on the display if you have vision to see the arrows
or whatever graphics are used.
There’s a heck of a lot in the setup menu which is worth noting
including SD Card tests and a whole heap on USB mapping which I’ll
have to learn about in coming days.
I’ve Done some testing with the recorder and I’ve been most pleased
with the results I’ve obtained thus far.
Certainly the H1N is worth the money I paid - $180 Australian
including the accessories kit.
There are advantages over the H1 verses the H1N and one is being the
ease of changing recording formats with the H1 which was done by just
flicking a switch to change to Mp3.
With the H1N I have to go into ‘Audio” and remember key presses but at
least the change can be done I guess.


On 13 Jul 2019, at 10:43 pm, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@gmail.com> wrote:

It should be possible to insert batteries, and press something that
could be ok/enter, (wich ever button they use for that) and then you
should be at the main screen where you can record. But the manual is
not clear about those button combinations. All I know is that when
holding down the stop button it bring up options such as the self
timer, wich don't make much sense for us. It allow you to get ready
for recording while you not able to press record. So it will count
visually a few seconds and start recording, but there is no audible
indication as to when it started.
I believe to overdub, you must press record and play together, but
the other combinations I stil would like to no.

On 7/12/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:
Just received this in the mail and have had a brief look at the
recorder.

First glances leave me impressed.

The H1N is heavier then the previous H1 and sports most of the
controls on the front of the recorder below the display.

I like the idea of the analogue input level control which is very
stiff to adjust and small enough to keep out of the way so the
adjustment stays permanent and won't be knocked.

The H1N runs on 2 AAA batteries and requires the user to go through
a setup process for display language, Time and Date etc so no
recordings unfortunately until I get some eyeballs to give me a hand
tomorrow but I can tell you now that tomorrow just can't come
quickly enough.

One of the problems I found with the Zoom H1 was the slow recovery
of the Automatic Recording Level so it will be interesting to see
what if anything Zoom have done about this? I suspect that the
limiters now included with the recorder will make all the difference
here and - this being the case - the H1N could make a very nice
recorder for dictation along with just about everything else.

Others didn't like the fact that the older H1 didn't have a pause
control so the addition of a pause control is welcome along with a
pre-record buffer.

The slot for the Micro SD card is easily accessible on the right
hand side of the recorder just below the input jack and can be
opened easily so that's another nice touch for this handy recorder
over the older model.

Too many other additional features and functions to mention over the
H1 so I look forward to sorting all of these out over time and I'm
glad it's the weekend, others might be disappointed with the weekend
weather - bitterly cold and windy here - but its great manual-type
reading weather.

.











Re: Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

The Zoom H1N has many useful functions which are controlled by holding down various keys so I hope to learn about those in coming days and will note them here.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Aidan
Sent: Sunday, 14 July 2019 4:58 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Thanks this is very helpfull. I will save this mail

On 7/13/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:
I can shed some light on all of this now having set the recorder up.
The 4 buttons belief the display - Audio, Low Cut, Limiter and Level -
become function buttons when the setup screen is active thus the 2
middle buttons are your cursor, the left is cancel and the right is okay.
Such is indicated on the display if you have vision to see the arrows
or whatever graphics are used.
There’s a heck of a lot in the setup menu which is worth noting
including SD Card tests and a whole heap on USB mapping which I’ll
have to learn about in coming days.
I’ve Done some testing with the recorder and I’ve been most pleased
with the results I’ve obtained thus far.
Certainly the H1N is worth the money I paid - $180 Australian
including the accessories kit.
There are advantages over the H1 verses the H1N and one is being the
ease of changing recording formats with the H1 which was done by just
flicking a switch to change to Mp3.
With the H1N I have to go into ‘Audio” and remember key presses but at
least the change can be done I guess.


On 13 Jul 2019, at 10:43 pm, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@gmail.com> wrote:

It should be possible to insert batteries, and press something that
could be ok/enter, (wich ever button they use for that) and then you
should be at the main screen where you can record. But the manual is
not clear about those button combinations. All I know is that when
holding down the stop button it bring up options such as the self
timer, wich don't make much sense for us. It allow you to get ready
for recording while you not able to press record. So it will count
visually a few seconds and start recording, but there is no audible
indication as to when it started.
I believe to overdub, you must press record and play together, but
the other combinations I stil would like to no.

On 7/12/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:
Just received this in the mail and have had a brief look at the
recorder.

First glances leave me impressed.

The H1N is heavier then the previous H1 and sports most of the
controls on the front of the recorder below the display.

I like the idea of the analogue input level control which is very
stiff to adjust and small enough to keep out of the way so the
adjustment stays permanent and won't be knocked.

The H1N runs on 2 AAA batteries and requires the user to go through
a setup process for display language, Time and Date etc so no
recordings unfortunately until I get some eyeballs to give me a hand
tomorrow but I can tell you now that tomorrow just can't come
quickly enough.

One of the problems I found with the Zoom H1 was the slow recovery
of the Automatic Recording Level so it will be interesting to see
what if anything Zoom have done about this? I suspect that the
limiters now included with the recorder will make all the difference
here and - this being the case - the H1N could make a very nice
recorder for dictation along with just about everything else.

Others didn't like the fact that the older H1 didn't have a pause
control so the addition of a pause control is welcome along with a
pre-record buffer.

The slot for the Micro SD card is easily accessible on the right
hand side of the recorder just below the input jack and can be
opened easily so that's another nice touch for this handy recorder
over the older model.

Too many other additional features and functions to mention over the
H1 so I look forward to sorting all of these out over time and I'm
glad it's the weekend, others might be disappointed with the weekend
weather - bitterly cold and windy here - but its great manual-type
reading weather.

.











Re: Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Aidan
 

Thanks this is very helpfull. I will save this mail

On 7/13/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:
I can shed some light on all of this now having set the recorder up.
The 4 buttons belief the display - Audio, Low Cut, Limiter and Level -
become function buttons when the setup screen is active thus the 2 middle
buttons are your cursor, the left is cancel and the right is okay.
Such is indicated on the display if you have vision to see the arrows or
whatever graphics are used.
There’s a heck of a lot in the setup menu which is worth noting including SD
Card tests and a whole heap on USB mapping which I’ll have to learn about in
coming days.
I’ve Done some testing with the recorder and I’ve been most pleased with the
results I’ve obtained thus far.
Certainly the H1N is worth the money I paid - $180 Australian including the
accessories kit.
There are advantages over the H1 verses the H1N and one is being the ease of
changing recording formats with the H1 which was done by just flicking a
switch to change to Mp3.
With the H1N I have to go into ‘Audio” and remember key presses but at least
the change can be done I guess.


On 13 Jul 2019, at 10:43 pm, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@gmail.com> wrote:

It should be possible to insert batteries, and press something that
could be ok/enter, (wich ever button they use for that) and then you
should be at the main screen where you can record. But the manual is
not clear about those button combinations. All I know is that when
holding down the stop button it bring up options such as the self
timer, wich don't make much sense for us. It allow you to get ready
for recording while you not able to press record. So it will count
visually a few seconds and start recording, but there is no audible
indication as to when it started.
I believe to overdub, you must press record and play together, but the
other combinations I stil would like to no.

On 7/12/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:
Just received this in the mail and have had a brief look at the
recorder.

First glances leave me impressed.

The H1N is heavier then the previous H1 and sports most of the controls
on
the front of the recorder below the display.

I like the idea of the analogue input level control which is very stiff
to
adjust and small enough to keep out of the way so the adjustment stays
permanent and won't be knocked.

The H1N runs on 2 AAA batteries and requires the user to go through a
setup
process for display language, Time and Date etc so no recordings
unfortunately until I get some eyeballs to give me a hand tomorrow but I
can
tell you now that tomorrow just can't come quickly enough.

One of the problems I found with the Zoom H1 was the slow recovery of
the
Automatic Recording Level so it will be interesting to see what if
anything
Zoom have done about this? I suspect that the limiters now included with
the
recorder will make all the difference here and - this being the case -
the
H1N could make a very nice recorder for dictation along with just about
everything else.

Others didn't like the fact that the older H1 didn't have a pause
control
so
the addition of a pause control is welcome along with a pre-record
buffer.

The slot for the Micro SD card is easily accessible on the right hand
side
of the recorder just below the input jack and can be opened easily so
that's
another nice touch for this handy recorder over the older model.

Too many other additional features and functions to mention over the H1
so
I
look forward to sorting all of these out over time and I'm glad it's the
weekend, others might be disappointed with the weekend weather -
bitterly
cold and windy here - but its great manual-type reading weather.

.











Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Hi everyone,

I'm watching this documentary right now as recorded by my Silicondust TV
Tuner and Plex Media Server software so though I'd share it with you all and
hope it brings back memories for some and perhaps is a field of discovery
for others like me who just aren't old enough to remember the amazing events
of that time.

This video was recorded and uploaded as is from live Free To Air Australian
Television and is fairly large in size.

Enjoy!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/m9mddk5lv3sdze6/Apollo%2011%20-%20A%20Step%20That%
20Changed%20The%20World%20-%202019-07-13%2019%2000%2000%20-%20Episode%2007-1
3.ts?dl=0


Re: Blue Spark Blackout

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello,

Yes a lot of digital stuff. However, the French have proposed that 2M band should be taken. Which has woken up some hams. For years hams have been using APRS on 2m and packet is kept going. Very useful for Government emergency planning. See win mail etc.

Here’s the article:
France has submitted a paper with the subject Agenda Item 10 revised proposal for an agenda item for new non-safety aeronautical mobile applications.

The paper says:

"The list of bands that are proposed for study of possible new allocations to the aeronautical mobile service on a primary basis is revised by adding the band 144-146 MHz, the bands 5000-5010 MHz and 15.4-15.7 GHz being maintained."

"The decisions of previous conferences have introduced some restrictions to the use and have imposed constraints on the development of aeronautical mobile applications within some existing mobile allocations traditionally used by the aeronautical mobile applications.

At the same time, the number of manned and unmanned aircraft equipped with sensors has grown significantly in the past 20 years together with the need of bidirectional low to high data rate communications.

Aeronautical applications like fire surveillance, border surveillance, air quality and environment monitoring, traffic monitoring, disaster monitoring, terrain modelling, imagery (visible, infrared, radar, meteo), video monitoring require non-safety communications between various types of aeronautical platforms.

Consequently the need of non-safety data communications between various types of aeronautical platforms increases and so the need for new frequency bands."

Download PTA(19)090 France_Proposal on non-safety aeronautical mobile applications at CPG PTA # 7 - 17-21 June - Prague under Meeting Docs
https://cept.org/ecc/groups/ecc/cpg/cpg-pt-a/client/meeting-documents/?flid=5624







On 13 Jul 2019, at 16:37, Anders Holmberg <anders@pipkrokodil.se> wrote:

Hi!
Is ham-radio still alive and kicking these days when internet has stolen everything?
I was into that long ago.
I had the Swedish n certificate but gave it up since there seems no one on the 2 meters band here anymore.
Everithing is digitized.
/A

10 juli 2019 kl. 19:47 skrev Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk <mailto:gena@gena-j.me.uk>>:

Hello,

I have it connected to a Scarlett Solo. I am constructing sound-proofing panels so that I can continue doing my tutorials relating to ham radio. It is too heavy and big to carry outside. I simply couldn’t imagine carrying two of them. With it’s shock mount it is some serious metal. From memory, it is just under a kilo and the shock mount is not easy to hold. I’ll see what I can do. I would love to hear bird song but inner city life doesn’t allow birds to be heard too often.

Gena

On 10 Jul 2019, at 17:14, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Oooooo you actually have 1! How lucky! Well the thing is I want the stereo matched pair which is $600. But yeah I say again I love how it sounds on a Sound Devices 744-T. The only thing is Neal never daired even just hold it out a window to hear how outdoors stuff sounds on it. How do you use yours? In that what do you connect it to? Though now you'll be able to use it with the H6. So not to be a bother as I told Neal the few times I've asked him. But if ever you can can you upload something to hear how the NT1-A does with trafic birds and what not? I'd really apreciate it.

On 7/10/2019 11:42 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Tim,

If you look I already suggested the Rode NT1A I have got it and love it. The big heavy lump.

Gena


On 10 Jul 2019, at 00:13, tim cumings <thcumings@comcast.net> wrote:

check out the road and T1A.
On Jul 9, 2019, at 6:54 PM, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:

Hello Tim,

Are there any £100 - £200 i.e. entry level mics that you would recommend?

Regards,

On 9 Jul 2019, at 23:32, tim cumings <thcumings@comcast.net> wrote:

I am not a big fan of the road pro caster, although I do like some of of the other road microphones. I tried the pro caster and didn’t like it on my voice. It was way too basic for my liking. However, your mileage may vary.
On Jul 9, 2019, at 6:09 PM, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:


Hello,

It appears Amazon have a big saving on the Procaster. It doesn’t state the connection. It usually states if they are USB so I assume it is XLR. Which would mean you would need an interface or a mixer. The Focusrite Scarlett Solo is a good starter.

Plenty to read up on these subjects.

Regards,
On 9 Jul 2019, at 22:45, Casey <cwollner@wi.rr.com> wrote:

hi where can you get the procaster mic from?

And how does it connect to your computer?



On 7/9/2019 1:48 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
Haven’t heard the Nt1 but i have the procaster and its the best mic i’ve ever had.
/A

9 juli 2019 kl. 14:48 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com>:

Dude Gena's totaly right homy. The NT1-A is my favorite of the mics Neal demos. I so want the stereo matched pair of them. Love how it sounds on Neal's Sound-Devices 744-T. Can't wait to hear 1 of these on a Zoom F8N. Or even an F4. That's got to be pure epicness.

On 7/9/2019 7:19 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

I haven’t looked at this mic but after this review I would suggest you looked at the Rode NT1A.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBae3-_3WYU

Gena

On 8 Jul 2019, at 23:29, Merv Keck <blind5sparrow@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

Anyone have experience with the Blue Spark Blackout XLR condenser
Microphone? I needed a second microphone and this one is on sale for Prime
Day on amazon for $119.

I was just looking for a second XLR for a second chair when doing two person
recordings.

Merv





Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


--

Casey


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73



Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


Re: Blue Spark Blackout

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
Is ham-radio still alive and kicking these days when internet has stolen everything?
I was into that long ago.
I had the Swedish n certificate but gave it up since there seems no one on the 2 meters band here anymore.
Everithing is digitized.
/A

10 juli 2019 kl. 19:47 skrev Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk>:

Hello,

I have it connected to a Scarlett Solo. I am constructing sound-proofing panels so that I can continue doing my tutorials relating to ham radio. It is too heavy and big to carry outside. I simply couldn’t imagine carrying two of them. With it’s shock mount it is some serious metal. From memory, it is just under a kilo and the shock mount is not easy to hold. I’ll see what I can do. I would love to hear bird song but inner city life doesn’t allow birds to be heard too often.

Gena

On 10 Jul 2019, at 17:14, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Oooooo you actually have 1! How lucky! Well the thing is I want the stereo matched pair which is $600. But yeah I say again I love how it sounds on a Sound Devices 744-T. The only thing is Neal never daired even just hold it out a window to hear how outdoors stuff sounds on it. How do you use yours? In that what do you connect it to? Though now you'll be able to use it with the H6. So not to be a bother as I told Neal the few times I've asked him. But if ever you can can you upload something to hear how the NT1-A does with trafic birds and what not? I'd really apreciate it.

On 7/10/2019 11:42 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Tim,

If you look I already suggested the Rode NT1A I have got it and love it. The big heavy lump.

Gena


On 10 Jul 2019, at 00:13, tim cumings <thcumings@comcast.net> wrote:

check out the road and T1A.
On Jul 9, 2019, at 6:54 PM, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:

Hello Tim,

Are there any £100 - £200 i.e. entry level mics that you would recommend?

Regards,

On 9 Jul 2019, at 23:32, tim cumings <thcumings@comcast.net> wrote:

I am not a big fan of the road pro caster, although I do like some of of the other road microphones. I tried the pro caster and didn’t like it on my voice. It was way too basic for my liking. However, your mileage may vary.
On Jul 9, 2019, at 6:09 PM, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:


Hello,

It appears Amazon have a big saving on the Procaster. It doesn’t state the connection. It usually states if they are USB so I assume it is XLR. Which would mean you would need an interface or a mixer. The Focusrite Scarlett Solo is a good starter.

Plenty to read up on these subjects.

Regards,
On 9 Jul 2019, at 22:45, Casey <cwollner@wi.rr.com> wrote:

hi where can you get the procaster mic from?

And how does it connect to your computer?



On 7/9/2019 1:48 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
Haven’t heard the Nt1 but i have the procaster and its the best mic i’ve ever had.
/A

9 juli 2019 kl. 14:48 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com>:

Dude Gena's totaly right homy. The NT1-A is my favorite of the mics Neal demos. I so want the stereo matched pair of them. Love how it sounds on Neal's Sound-Devices 744-T. Can't wait to hear 1 of these on a Zoom F8N. Or even an F4. That's got to be pure epicness.

On 7/9/2019 7:19 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

I haven’t looked at this mic but after this review I would suggest you looked at the Rode NT1A.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBae3-_3WYU

Gena

On 8 Jul 2019, at 23:29, Merv Keck <blind5sparrow@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

Anyone have experience with the Blue Spark Blackout XLR condenser
Microphone? I needed a second microphone and this one is on sale for Prime
Day on amazon for $119.

I was just looking for a second XLR for a second chair when doing two person
recordings.

Merv





Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


--

Casey


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73



Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Re: Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

I can shed some light on all of this now having set the recorder up.
The 4 buttons belief the display - Audio, Low Cut, Limiter and Level - become function buttons when the setup screen is active thus the 2 middle buttons are your cursor, the left is cancel and the right is okay.
Such is indicated on the display if you have vision to see the arrows or whatever graphics are used.
There’s a heck of a lot in the setup menu which is worth noting including SD Card tests and a whole heap on USB mapping which I’ll have to learn about in coming days.
I’ve Done some testing with the recorder and I’ve been most pleased with the results I’ve obtained thus far.
Certainly the H1N is worth the money I paid - $180 Australian including the accessories kit.
There are advantages over the H1 verses the H1N and one is being the ease of changing recording formats with the H1 which was done by just flicking a switch to change to Mp3.
With the H1N I have to go into ‘Audio” and remember key presses but at least the change can be done I guess.

On 13 Jul 2019, at 10:43 pm, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@gmail.com> wrote:

It should be possible to insert batteries, and press something that
could be ok/enter, (wich ever button they use for that) and then you
should be at the main screen where you can record. But the manual is
not clear about those button combinations. All I know is that when
holding down the stop button it bring up options such as the self
timer, wich don't make much sense for us. It allow you to get ready
for recording while you not able to press record. So it will count
visually a few seconds and start recording, but there is no audible
indication as to when it started.
I believe to overdub, you must press record and play together, but the
other combinations I stil would like to no.

On 7/12/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:
Just received this in the mail and have had a brief look at the recorder.

First glances leave me impressed.

The H1N is heavier then the previous H1 and sports most of the controls on
the front of the recorder below the display.

I like the idea of the analogue input level control which is very stiff to
adjust and small enough to keep out of the way so the adjustment stays
permanent and won't be knocked.

The H1N runs on 2 AAA batteries and requires the user to go through a setup
process for display language, Time and Date etc so no recordings
unfortunately until I get some eyeballs to give me a hand tomorrow but I
can
tell you now that tomorrow just can't come quickly enough.

One of the problems I found with the Zoom H1 was the slow recovery of the
Automatic Recording Level so it will be interesting to see what if anything
Zoom have done about this? I suspect that the limiters now included with
the
recorder will make all the difference here and - this being the case - the
H1N could make a very nice recorder for dictation along with just about
everything else.

Others didn't like the fact that the older H1 didn't have a pause control
so
the addition of a pause control is welcome along with a pre-record buffer.

The slot for the Micro SD card is easily accessible on the right hand side
of the recorder just below the input jack and can be opened easily so
that's
another nice touch for this handy recorder over the older model.

Too many other additional features and functions to mention over the H1 so
I
look forward to sorting all of these out over time and I'm glad it's the
weekend, others might be disappointed with the weekend weather - bitterly
cold and windy here - but its great manual-type reading weather.

.








Re: Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Aidan
 

It should be possible to insert batteries, and press something that
could be ok/enter, (wich ever button they use for that) and then you
should be at the main screen where you can record. But the manual is
not clear about those button combinations. All I know is that when
holding down the stop button it bring up options such as the self
timer, wich don't make much sense for us. It allow you to get ready
for recording while you not able to press record. So it will count
visually a few seconds and start recording, but there is no audible
indication as to when it started.
I believe to overdub, you must press record and play together, but the
other combinations I stil would like to no.

On 7/12/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@internode.on.net> wrote:
Just received this in the mail and have had a brief look at the recorder.

First glances leave me impressed.

The H1N is heavier then the previous H1 and sports most of the controls on
the front of the recorder below the display.

I like the idea of the analogue input level control which is very stiff to
adjust and small enough to keep out of the way so the adjustment stays
permanent and won't be knocked.

The H1N runs on 2 AAA batteries and requires the user to go through a setup
process for display language, Time and Date etc so no recordings
unfortunately until I get some eyeballs to give me a hand tomorrow but I
can
tell you now that tomorrow just can't come quickly enough.

One of the problems I found with the Zoom H1 was the slow recovery of the
Automatic Recording Level so it will be interesting to see what if anything
Zoom have done about this? I suspect that the limiters now included with
the
recorder will make all the difference here and - this being the case - the
H1N could make a very nice recorder for dictation along with just about
everything else.

Others didn't like the fact that the older H1 didn't have a pause control
so
the addition of a pause control is welcome along with a pre-record buffer.

The slot for the Micro SD card is easily accessible on the right hand side
of the recorder just below the input jack and can be opened easily so
that's
another nice touch for this handy recorder over the older model.

Too many other additional features and functions to mention over the H1 so
I
look forward to sorting all of these out over time and I'm glad it's the
weekend, others might be disappointed with the weekend weather - bitterly
cold and windy here - but its great manual-type reading weather.

.







Zoom H1N Handy Recorder

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Just received this in the mail and have had a brief look at the recorder.

First glances leave me impressed.

The H1N is heavier then the previous H1 and sports most of the controls on
the front of the recorder below the display.

I like the idea of the analogue input level control which is very stiff to
adjust and small enough to keep out of the way so the adjustment stays
permanent and won't be knocked.

The H1N runs on 2 AAA batteries and requires the user to go through a setup
process for display language, Time and Date etc so no recordings
unfortunately until I get some eyeballs to give me a hand tomorrow but I can
tell you now that tomorrow just can't come quickly enough.

One of the problems I found with the Zoom H1 was the slow recovery of the
Automatic Recording Level so it will be interesting to see what if anything
Zoom have done about this? I suspect that the limiters now included with the
recorder will make all the difference here and - this being the case - the
H1N could make a very nice recorder for dictation along with just about
everything else.

Others didn't like the fact that the older H1 didn't have a pause control so
the addition of a pause control is welcome along with a pre-record buffer.

The slot for the Micro SD card is easily accessible on the right hand side
of the recorder just below the input jack and can be opened easily so that's
another nice touch for this handy recorder over the older model.

Too many other additional features and functions to mention over the H1 so I
look forward to sorting all of these out over time and I'm glad it's the
weekend, others might be disappointed with the weekend weather - bitterly
cold and windy here - but its great manual-type reading weather.

.

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