Re: [spox] Audio recording
- From: Vinay Gupta <hexayurt gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 11:44:18 +0000
I have a Zoom H2 audio recorder which works pretty well for recording
talks. I'll bring it.
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On Mar 22, 2009, at 8:04 PM, Stefan Merten wrote:
there is one topic left which really makes me feel uncomfortable.
What we definitely need is audio recording for all sessions. However,
it seems to be problematic to get the necessary recording equipment
So if anyone has access to recording equipment for the three main
tracks and may be an additional for a spontaneous session this would
be great. Every contribution is welcome.
What we need at the very minimum is:
* 3-4 microphones
They need to work well on laptops. At best this has been checked
before the conference.
Best microphones for this conference would be omnidirectional.
I can bring one with me but we still need 2-3 microphones.
* 3-4 microphone tripods
* 3-4 laptops
They would be connected to the microphones and do the recording.
They need enough free hard disk space so recording to a
non-compressed format in stereo CD quality is possible long enough.
At best they could simply stand there and record and record and
record... The gaps between two sessions would be cut afterwards.
Other recording equipment would be of course nice but ultimately the
recordings need to be brought to a computer.
It will be the duty of the session helpers to care about the technical
equipment. At the very minimum they need to care for that the
microphone is used.