Smart phones and tablets at remotes

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jimlambertradio
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Smart phones and tablets at remotes

Post by jimlambertradio » Sat May 02, 2015 5:38 am

First thank you for taking the time to read this, and a bigger thank you if you decide to reply.

In your opinion what is the best (I define best as sound quality, added featured, ease of use, ability to send back to the studio) apps for both IOS and Android to record remote breaks?


We have recently purchased a few Irigs (device to connect a mic to smart phone/tablet) to replace some older remote equipment and move forward with technology so that our talent can use there smart phones/tablets at events, and reduce the issue of not enough equipment on busy weekends. I have noticed a difference in sound quality based on the apps used.

What apps do you use?

What device?

What are your settings?

Thank you again for your feedback on this matter.

Jim

tomg1065
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Re: Smart phones and tablets at remotes

Post by tomg1065 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 2:46 pm

What apps do you use? Twisted Wave on IOS HiQ mp3 recorder for android

What device? Ipone and Android phones

What are your settings? 320 kb sent to dropbox for auto import on Vox Pro

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