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  1. iveljay

    Take a step forward with the recording equipment

    There are many answers, none of them 'wrong'. It just depends on how much you want to spend, over what period and what you want to achieve. The cable I looked at is good and unlike some I have tried, the 3.5 jack is a good fit and does the job intended, unlike the inexpensive shotgun I first...
  2. iveljay

    Take a step forward with the recording equipment

    For your reassurance I have ordered one of those cables as my stock is low in this area and with any luck have it plugged into one of my LS-P4s with the nearest handy shotgun with self power plugged in probably Friday or Saturday. I don't expect any problems except the occasionally badly...
  3. iveljay

    Take a step forward with the recording equipment

    There are cables you can buy that will allow you to connect your xlr shotgun to your LS-P4, however with simple free software you can do it post recording very easily. I just did it in under a minute that included mixing down a streo track to mono and copying it into two blank stereo tracks. It...
  4. iveljay

    Take a step forward with the recording equipment

    The Zoom H5 is fairly state of the art for a reasonably priced hand held recorder with xlr connections and useable phantom power. If you use the built in phantom power it will clearly have less recording time per set of batteries and having the powered module for the ME66 is a good idea and...
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