CTD for June 7, 2005

A 10 minute podcast discussing my new toy: the Edirol R1, portable WAVE/MP3 Recorder/Player…a perfect device for mobile podcasting.

This is quite a nice, small, compact field recorder that I’m just beginning to understand. Not yet fully pleased with the results I’ve achieved, but the problem is not with the hammer…it’s the carpenter that needs more experience!

Still, I can sense the possibilities that a device of this quality and capability will bring to mobile field recording. Can’t wait to get better at using it and the results it’s sure to bring.

Limk to the podcast

4 Comments

  1. Eric Rice on June 8, 2005 at 1:52 am

    Edirol vs. Archos

    Steve Borsch did a podcast with his new Edirol R-1. It’s a pretty slick field recorder with lots of features. I recorded the audio on this videoblog with my Archos, which has a *d…



  2. BlogDog on June 9, 2005 at 4:18 am

    Podcast research links

    Just a few links that I found on my research yesterday about podcasting that I forgot to share in my excitement about vidblogging. Eric Rice and AudioBlog.com I have already mentioned, but I got there through Mitchelaneous, which seems to be a good res…



  3. pelon on June 29, 2005 at 7:02 pm

    Thanks so much for an “in the field” review. I was wondering why you finally decided on the edirol over the Marantz. I am on the fence. Eric Rice’s recommendation of the archos just makes it more confusing. I need to record mobile (voice) podcasts, interviews, etc. as well as occasional live music, indoor and outdoor. Has your opinion of the edirol changed?



  4. Steve on June 29, 2005 at 7:57 pm

    “Thanks so much for an “in the field” review. I was wondering why you finally decided on the edirol over the Marantz. I am on the fence. Eric Rice’s recommendation of the archos just makes it more confusing. I need to record mobile (voice) podcasts, interviews, etc. as well as occasional live music, indoor and outdoor. Has your opinion of the edirol changed?”

    It did change. I returned it (much to my dismay). I posted about it if you care to read it…

    https://iconnectdots.com/ctd/2005/06/podcasters_have.html


    Steve



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