[NABS-L] Accessible digital recorder?
maurice.mines at gmail.com
Fri Mar 8 18:28:19 UTC 2019
Hello, did you happen to read Curtis Chong’s review of the digital
recorder that he offered in the February braille monitoring? If you’re
using an iPhone the voice memos feature, which is in fact a digital
recorder works well for most things. Also what kind of quality are you
looking for? If you’re trying to record actualities, you don’t need
musician quality recordings.
Many moons ago, African term here. I did radio reporting in high school
or a publicly supported radio station. I did most of my work on a boom
box and an off-the-shelf recorder. I do realize those days are long
gone. But to record actualities, even just getting a microphone for the
Victor reader stream truck, which in fact also is a digital recorder can
also be a potential use. So there really are options. You just have to
think outside of the box Occasionally.
I hope these comments are helpful?
These days I am deaf blind so I have course him studying American sign
language. I have not done anything that looks like journalism in a very
long time. And I very occasionally have to record things for hearing
friends who have asked me a question. And the best way for the
individual in that circumstance is too record something for them. Be
Sincerely Maurice Mines.
Amateur station call signed kd0iko.
VP national Federation of the blind of California Bakersfield chapter.
On 7 Feb 2019, at 8:55, Cricket X. Bidleman via NABS-L wrote:
> I'm approaching a journalism course and hopefully a career in that
> area, and we're required to purchase a digital reorder separate from
> our phones. They have better recording quality anyway, but I've found
> that most of them are inaccessible. Do any of you have
> recommendations? Thanks!
> Cricket X. Bidleman (she/her/hers)
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