[Bell Historians] What is the best way to make digital sound recordings?
George at d...
Wed Feb 27 07:57:27 GMT 2002
Separate hand held one, cost£8, the only criteria I used to buy it was
frequency response, 50Hz upwards
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> --- In bellhistorians at y..., "George Dawson" <George at d...> wrote:
> > I now use a Sony minidisc recorder/player for taking individual
> bell notes
> > for analysis. No need for tuning fork calibration.
> > GAD
> Cheers,George. What type of microphone do you use?
> I have an mp3 player with a built in microphone(but no
> inlet for an external one)and imagine the quality of recording using
> the internal mic would be rather poor.
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