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Re: Zoom H4 for laptop looping
Yeah, I upgraded to the 2GB card myself, and I've been carrying it with
me. Transporting it safely is a pain though. I have a large plastic
mic case I've been carrying it in, along with all the accessories. It's
nice, but it's bulky and makes setup time a little too slow for
capturing some things.
Worked well for my sis-in-law's clarinet recital this weekend, though.
Per Boysen wrote:
> On 15 nov 2006, at 04.55, Joshua Carroll wrote:
>> Sadly, I heard the artifacts you described tonight. Horrible! I
>> wasn't using the ASIO drivers either. I'm on an old version of Adobe
>> audition that doesn't recognize ASIO, so I'm just using it
>> plug-and-play. Makes me think it's possibly a hardware issue.
>> However, I've successfully used a USB interface, so I don't think
>> that's the issue. I just wish I had known about this up front. I
>> need an interface more than I need an portable recorder.
>> I'll be on the phone with their support tomorrow.
> Ouch, that's bad news. Maybe you can get you're money back. It IS
> actually marketed as a viable audio interface.
> I'm still happy with the excellent stereo recording facility and the
> portability. Don't think I will use it as four track recorder though,
> only for stereo. I picked up a bigger cartridge for longer recording
> time. Now I just need to remember to take the thing with me wherever I
> go so I won't miss great sound spaces when I stumble into them ;-)
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
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