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Re: Non loop related- recorders

i think this is one of the best ways (in the lower price range!) to record live shows. the mic doesn't sound bad at all. we use a kenwood md-recorder (portable) which gives us the ability to record mono. i don't know if the sharp md-recorder has the same feature, but i guess so. advantage: in case that a show takes longer than the 70something minutes, there's enough space left on the md.


At 13:24 26.08.99 -0500, you wrote:
Sharp Minidisc model MD-MS702; either direct from board or via Sony ECM-727P stereo mic I love it. Dennis Leas
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MediaOne <clifsound@mediaone.net>
To: Loopers Delight <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Thursday, August 26, 1999 1:24 PM
Subject: Non loop related- recorders

Hi all- I wanted to get a consensus on what everyone uses to record live shows- it needs to be small and stereo- Mini disc or other- and what type of stereo mic do you all find that works well? I need to record for private listening only- so I don't need dat plus I cant afford it anyway- price range up to about $300. I currently use a mini casette recorder that is pretty bad sound quality- if only the tape rolled smoothly it would be better but there is flutter in most cheap mini casette players it seems- and none in stereo- Thanks- size=2>Cliff