Posted by Bassora on Sunday, January 2, 2011
I am using a Zoom H2 Handy Recorder that records and edits in one small microphone size package.
I can divide files (edit out dead air before and after a tune), I can 'normalize' the sound (as if anything in my life is normal -- it boosts volume without causing distortion), I can convert a WAV file to an MP3 file. And it is the microphone with all sorts of controls for the actual recording process.
Amazing that such a small thing can do so much, so there are so many ways to screw-up.
Starting to load a few audio files using these edited tracks. So far so good.
Monday, January 3, 2011 @4:37:47 PM
The program you are using sounds very similar to Audacity, which is the one I use. I have posted one sound file on Mando Hang Out so far and have several on Fiddle Hangout. I've just played around with all the controls and found out what I liked.
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