alternative to H4n?
by Trevor Ward on Jan 13, 2011 at 5:09:35 pm
Is there an audio recording alternative to the H4n? I've used it a handful of times. I find it a little difficult to use and adjust on the fly.
I want to be able to run a wireless mic on one channel and an XLR shotgun on another channel. Ideally, I'd be able to use phantom power. But I can do it otherwise.
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Re: alternative to H4n?
by Arin Crumley on Jan 24, 2012 at 6:51:47 pm
I've used the TASCAM DR-100 which has the advantage of remembering the time between shut offs and having 2 line outputs for head phones and for going to your DSLR camera.
The drawback with the TASCAM DR-100 is that it can't be used as an audio i/o interface for recording voice overs or music directly into Final Cut Pro's timeline or Logic Pro. For this reason I keep my H4n as my studio audio device and my Tascam DR-100 for my field audio device.
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