A couple of Sunday’s back, I was asked to record some music from church. It was our cellist’s sister and family who were down from Mexico. Since I didn’t have a lot of time to set up, I brought my Zoom H4 Handy Recorder. Here’s the results:
For the last episode of Live Recording (for now), I was able to record a very old (around 200 years) church organ at the last concert until the fall. This was a great opportunity for me since not a lot of people get to record a church organ. Here’s what happened:
I had a different video for today, but I had to drop it. I was able to pull something together for today’s video!
I’ve been given some great opportunities, this is one of the biggest. I was able to do a live recording of a concert and I used the DP32 for all of it.
Today’s live recording video, I used the Tascam DP008, it was perfect for this project because I only needed two inputs and I didn’t need to mix the signal and send it through a PA system.
I have been given the opportunity to record a series of concerts, this was my first recording. I did it with the Zoom H4 Handy Recorder, here’s what I did.
I was asked if I could make up diagrams on how I would go about doing a live recording. You can find the diagrams on my website on the link above. This video gives an explanation of what I was trying to convey in the diagrams.
I tackle a question that a lot of people ask. Here are my tips on how to make this work.