Voice Recorders for loggers and Podcasters
Loggers and podcasters need their voice recorders. A Compact Digital Doral Kendall serves many purposes; from in-person interviews, note taking, to-do list, dictation, and so on. We’ve heard of some YouTubers using them as wireless microphones because often camera mics aren’t up to the task of recording quality audio. It’s quite easy to sync up the audio files with the video by aligning ‘spikes’. One method is to clap loudly three times at the start of your video. The spikes (claps) will be picked up by both the camera’s on-board audio and the digital recording device. Sync those up in your editing software and all will be well—no lip sync issues. You’ll lose the hand-claps in the final edit, of course. This method works well with Window’s Movie Maker, and you’d have to purchase something like Final Cut Express for a Mac.
Podcasters, above all creative types, need a decent audio recording device. After all, podcasts are all about the audio… and nothing else. While dedicated, high-end models can cost a lot of dollars, many podcasters do well with a $50—$100 voice recorder. You can use your laptop’s built in mic, but that means you are restricted to sitting at a desk or table. Professional podcasters don’t leave home without some kind of digital recording device. They never know when the opportunity to grab an interview or record an interesting sound effect may come their way. When you want to get out and about, you need something a little more portable and uncomplicated to set up. Having to fiddle around setting up equipment is the last thing you need when recording on the fly. The easier the voice recorder is to use, the more likely you are to use it.
Small Businesses and Compact Recording Devices
There are many ways for a small business to benefit by using compact Compact Digital Doral Kendall. One of the most costly outgoings for any business is staff training. Recording staff training sessions means you will be able to gather up enough audio material to create your own personalized training courses. And make them available to any member of your team. Judicious editing will enable you to build it into a coherent and reliable staff resource. This kind of low-cost training is particularly useful in businesses that deal with a lot of phone calls and face-to-face interactions with customers. Using role-play scenarios and a digital audio device, record examples of good communications and also of bad ones, as both provide learning opportunities. Thorough training, even on a low budget, will improve efficiency and customer service, and thus profitability.
Other applications for using digital audio recordings in the workplace are:
- During interviews
- Staff evaluations
- Disciplinary meetings
- Brainstorming sessions
- One-off workshops
- Focus groups.
You will discover there is a lot of value in digital recordings rather than in note-taking. Take the time to review your recordings regularly—you may find them to be a treasure trove of new ideas to take your business to a new level. At the very least there will be lessons you can learn in how to best manage your staff. Note: it is imperative you always advise employees and interviewees that the session is being recorded. If they refuse to give their permission, you are forbidden by law to continue. Never attempt to record employees covertly; there is a clear line between monitoring for positive purposes and surveillance which impinges on privacy. If in doubt, check your state’s laws.
Capture Your Ideas with a Compact Digital Recorder
We’re all creative individuals now, aren’t we? Whether employees or entrepreneurs, we are always looking for new inspiration. Or the next project, or potential trend. Bloggers, bloggers, website owners, artists, writers, content creators, new biz start-ups; the list is endless. The point is, we need to come up with new ideas. Lots of them. And one of the problems with ideas is that they are slippery little devils. You must track, claim and secure them. Otherwise they float away. One second it’s right there in your head, a sudden glimpse of what could be. You absolutely know you will remember it. You’ll write it down and flesh it out as soon as you get back to your desk. No, you won’t. The chances you will forget are almost overwhelming. What you need is a Compact Digital Doral Kendall.
It’s no good turning to your smart phone. There’s no storage space left on it, remember? You can’t possibly delete the video of your cat smooching up to the dog. Your kid would kill you. But you really need to capture that idea before it disappears in a puff of smoke. No worries. Grab your digital recorder and get those ideas secured behind bars. Compact Digital Doral Kendall. Yet some are able to store around 90 hours of recording. Amazing. Most come with an SD card making the transfer to your laptop a simple process. Some are wireless and Bluetooth enabled, which makes it even easier. Once you have your audio file on your computer you can transcribe it, add to it, or even drag it into an application such as Evernote. Just remember to put your digital recorder in your pocket before you go anywhere.
Voice Activated Recorders in Meetings
Your phone’s on the table. The CEO has told everyone to switch them off. But you are desperate to record what’s going on here. There’s a lot of information to take in and you need to remember it all. You can’t wait for Matilda to get the minutes out to you next week. Sit back and relax. You don’t even have to press a button. Just reach for your Compact Digital Doral Kendall. Its 50 feet range and omni-directional microphone ensures it picks up every word. So no matter who is speaking, you capture their contribution. Think of the advantages of having a complete recording of the meeting. You’ve got the edge. You can work on that proposal. You know what’s required and you can deliver the goods. Do ensure that the chair of the meeting has obtained permission from participants to allow recording.
So what makes small voice activated recorders better than smart phones for recording meetings? Being digital they are silent. No irritating clicking and whirring like those old cassette machines. And did we mention…? They are really tiny. A standard small voice activated recorder comes in at around 0.7in x 1.8in x 0.24in. So slim it won’t create an outline in your pocket. Choose your power source: standard battery or rechargeable Li-ion battery. Recharge as usual, via a USB cable. Storage capacity averages 90 hours, but varies between devices. Recording quality: again it depends on the specifications of the recorder. Always go for the best you can afford. The various file types which are supported are: MP3, WAV, WMA, etc.). Most recording devices now rely on flash memory or SD cards for storage, making it easy to transfer the file to wherever you want.
Micro Digital Voice Recorder
What is Compact Digital Doral Kendall and why would you need one? Answer: any situation where you need a record of the interactions but don’t want the distraction of a large device. People will clam up, or monitor their words because they are conscious they are being recorded. When you want to record natural interaction between people, you need a micro digital voice recorder. You might be a journalist trying to get a good reaction to a story. Thrusting a microphone in someone’s face will not procure a good response. However, a smile and a handshake might well do the trick. Your ‘target’ will relax and you’ll get the interview you need. You might need to attend a job or promotion interview. Record it (after obtaining permission from the interviewer) so you can listen to it later and learn which areas of your interview technique need improvement.
Then there are the times when you really should record your conversations. You might be in the process of a divorce and need to have a note of what you agree with your ex-spouse. So record the conversation. And what about when you are arranging a mortgage, obtaining legal advice, involved in arbitration, or attending your child’s parent’s evening? You may never listen to the recording, but you have it on file should you ever need to reference it. Also there are certain situations like medical consultations. It is so difficult to recall everything the doctor says. Especially when s/he’s offering various options for treatment. It’s useful to review the conversation with your family. A Compact Digital Doral Kendall. It should go without saying that you must always ask for permission from the participants when recording any private conversation.
Using a Digital Audio Recorder in Public
While it’s important to obtain permission to record private conversations, it’s different in public places. The general rule is people in public places must assume they could be photographed, filmed or recorded at any time. So why would someone want to Compact Digital Doral Kendall in a public place? A famous author we know travels around his city on public transport with a digital audio recorder switched on at all times. He records sounds, voices, and snippets of conversations which provide later inspiration for his award-winning novels. It is fine to do this as long as you don’t intrude on people’s privacy. The same goes for events such as school concerts. Unless otherwise specified by the organizers, it’s fine to make an audio recording of the Christmas carol service. However, it is not always okay to broadcast the recording on sites like YouTube. Always check the organizer’s policy.
On what other occasions might you want use a digital audio recorder in public? The applications are endless. Perhaps you want to capture the atmosphere of a special day? Many people keep digital journals. The addition of sound files makes them media-rich and helps to recreate the mood of the moment. Imagine adding a soundtrack of beach audio, or a busy outdoor restaurant. Or perhaps the sound of a crackling bonfire, and people’s voices as they ‘ooh’ and ‘ahh’ at the fireworks. Perhaps you are on the trip of a lifetime and want a sound file of the tourists milling around the Trevi Fountain in Rome. Audio files are photographs for the ears, especially for the partially sighted. Next time you go anywhere special, take your digital sound recorder and capture some ‘audio-graphs’. Your grandma will love them.
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