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Last edited by bahner; 18th Apr 2012 at 23:01.
Pro Audio To Go SUCKS
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Did I forget any?
Dare I ask for an explanation? Sounds pretty personal
You joined VideoHelp just to SPAM this app.....you didn't expect this did you?
More detail needed on the "adapter". The video says it converts balanced XLR mics to unbalanced analog mic level. Similar "adapters" sell in the $50-150+ range.
Why go though the analog input and how is this "48 KHz" CD quality digital audio? The analog input on a phone would be noisy.
Alternate: The Audio Technica ATR2100-USB can connect to an iPad via USB and is seen by Garage Band or other audio apps. The path is digital. Total cost in the $49 range on Amazon. Downside is reported failure rate in user comments.
Last edited by edDV; 17th Apr 2012 at 00:24.
I don't work for the company nor am I paid or have any interest in their sales. I didn't intend to SPAM your forums but rather to see if anyone has heard of this app or used it for creating videos. That's all. Not the nicest first reply I must say...but you got your point across.
I understand that's my first post and it looks as if I'm throwing this at you... I came on too strong haha My apologies. I'll edit it.
However, I am using this forum just as anyone else in that Im looking to learn about creating videos. I myself am just learning and thought that this app would or could be able to get a decent recording to go along with my higher quality video from my DSLR (Nikon 3100).
Just trying to gain everyone's general thoughts on recording with your iPhone.
It doesn't support phantom power so there's no mic presets. It says it has EQ presets though. \
I'm on the beginner side with audio so the above is pretty much what I learned from their website.
hech54: I'm not denying anything here and I haven't been dishonest. I'm working on a school project and pretty much trying to find what markets this app works for.
I'd be happy to discuss it further with you via pm as I'd like to keep this thread on topic. Thank you
[/QUOTE]There is more to it than that. A quality low level balanced XLR to unbalanced mini-jack "converter" needs transformer isolation from iPhone DC and level step up. The iPhone is designed for high level high impedance mics. The analog path is low quality.[/QUOTE]
How much noise are we talking about here? I understand that you aren't going to use any mics that require phantom power but that doesn't mean all's lost does it?
There is more to it than that. A quality low level balanced XLR to unbalanced mini-jack "converter" needs transformer isolation from iPhone DC and level step up. The iPhone is designed for high level high impedance mics. The analog path is low quality.[/QUOTE]
How much noise are we talking about here? I understand that you aren't going to use any mics that require phantom power but that doesn't mean all's lost does it?[/QUOTE]
Low level mics capped to iPhone will have high noise and distortion. Not "pro audio".
So the ability to record at 24 bit/ 48kHz is only half the battle. Is that what the mic presets do; tune out distortion and noise?
You can find many articles on field recording via Google.
The Zoom H1 ($89) is considered a good low cost performer.
The Zoom has come up more than a few times in other discussions.