[TriLUG] Recommendations for digital recording software
jbebel at ncsu.edu
Tue Jan 11 15:02:30 EST 2005
Wow, This thread has come full circle. It started talking about 8-bit 8
kHz mono audio, went up to high end recording, and now it's back down to
using a simple sound card mic input. If that's all you've got to work
with, a simple Logitech or Labtec microphone will work acceptably.
They're about $10 to $20 at most computer shops. What kind of price
range are you looking at anyway? You can rent equipment if you want
high quality and don't want to purchase it too. What you want to do
depends so much on how good you want it to be and how much you're
willing to pay for it.
Matt Frye wrote:
>>Unless you wanna get separate mics...
> More clarification: kitchen table. Mic will be in front of person
> speaking (within 2 ft). I was going to plug a mic into the sound card
> mic jack, but if you're telling me that's not possible with the mics
> your recommending, then I'd say I'm not using those.
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