Starting a podcast (spoken word) and suddenly have the opportunity to interview the exact people I really shouldn't be "practicing" on. I'm a radiophile, want decent sound, but have no time to learn the technical side of sound recording before my interviews in a few days. Can I spend a little up front to make decent sound or do I just need to spend more? [more inside]
Recommend some music like Bon Iver's Woods, Imogen Heap's Hide and Seek, Beardyman, and some of Jamie Lidell - which feature nothing (or very little) but the human voice modified by electronics. Augmented acapellas, if you will.
What's the best solution for recording and transcribing phone interviews? And what kind of digital voice recorder should I buy? [more inside]
Recommendations for mobile sound recording on the cheap? [more inside]
How do I record a voice mail message from a landline onto my computer? [more inside]
How do I get a digital recording to sound like the original? [more inside]
Please help me purchase a reasonably priced, low-end digital voice recorder [m.i.] [more inside]
Can anyone recommend a digital voice recorder that can also be hooked up to a phone to record calls/interviews?