[microsound] hand-held recording

greg hooper greghpr at yahoo.com.au
Wed Mar 17 06:22:03 EDT 2010

I have recently bought the sony pcm m10 and would definitely recommend it. Most anything will be good, but the sony is very quiet and has great battery life. Handling noise is low as well and I just shove it inside a rycote windjammer and wander about recording. Couldn't be easier.


From: C. Reider <c.reider at vuzhmusic.com>
To: microsound list <microsound at microsound.org>
Sent: Wed, 17 March, 2010 2:30:06 PM
Subject: [microsound] hand-held recording

Can anyone give recommendations for hand-held recording devices?  My main consideration is money, I don't want to spend much... I'm looking for built-in stereo mics relatively good for a wide variety of field recording applications, inside or out, noisy or quiet, closeup or ambient noise.  Any low-end equipment out there that's worth a darn?

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