Macgasm’s Joshua Schnell has posted his thoughts on using an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad as an iOS podcasting rig. Count him as converted: Today my system consisted of Mic > Mixer > iRig > iPod touch. It worked out a lot better than I thought it would. So well in fact that I might […]
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Acoustic treatment manufacturer RealTraps has introduced Carrel, a portable recording studio designed to make it easier to capture dry sounding voice-over recordings in almost any space. According to RealTraps, the Carrel works great for creating a noise-free environment for busy offices, libraries, study rooms, telephone call centers, and testing labs. Unlike typical carrels that offer […]
Audio gear maker Samson today released its latest digital recorder, the Zoom R16. The recorder offers 16-track playback and simultaneous recording of up to eight tracks, using Secure Digital (SD) memory. Samson representatives are promoting the Zoom R16 as “three production tools in one device“: a multi-track recorder, an audio interface and a control surface. […]
Audio gear manufacturer Behringer is giving away a PodcaStudio gear kit in a Twitter-based contest: To help you on your way to new media domination, Behringer is doing another Twitter giveaway.Â This time, we are giving away an amazing PODCASTUDIO Firewire Kit that includes a professional 8-input 2-bus mixer, a professional large-diaphragm studio condenser microphone, […]
AlesisÂ Product Specialist Rob Bachi runs through the features of the iMultiMix 16 USB, a 16-channel USB mixer that features a built-in iPod dock for your iPod. The mixer’s iPod integration could be a nice feature for people doing podcasting. Alesis has smaller versions of the iMultiMix available, too, with fewer channels. If you’ve used the […]
When you think Jack Black, you probably think awesome sounding sound, right? So there’s nobody better qualified to teach you the secrets of getting awesome sound for your videos than Jack Black. Other than maybe a sound guy. Anyway, this video features Jack Black offering his tips on getting awesome sound for your videos. And […]
Alesis Product Specialist Rob Bachi gives an overview of the Alesis ProTrack at the 2009 NAMM Show. The Alesis ProTrack is a $200 gadget turns your iPod into a digital audio recorder.Â You can record 16-bit, 44.1kHz or 22kHz stereo digital audio without connecting any additional equipment, using ProTrack’s onboard pair of cardioid condenser microphones. The […]
At the 2009 NAMM Show, Alesis introduced theirÂ USB Recording Kit – a kit that puts together Alesis mics, monitors and an audio interface to make a relatively cheap (approx. $260) project recording studio. The video above is Alesis’ intro video from the show.Â Details on the Alesis USB Recording Kit below.
Podcasting gear update: Tascam’s Johnny DeLeon gives an overview of theÂ TASCAM DP-004 Digital Pocketstudio at the 2009 NAMM Show. TASCAM’s DP-004 Digital Pocketstudio is a portable digital audio recorder that can record two sources at once to the included 1GB SD Card. It retails for about $200. Details below.
Podcasting News has been covering new digital media product launches at the NAMM Show for several years. This year, though, we’ve invited veteran podcaster and new media strategist Ron Ploof to give us his impressions of the show. Ron takes a look at TASCAM’s two handheld digital audio recorders, the full-featured DR-1 (retail $299) and […]