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What Audio Recorder Do You Use on Your iPhone or iPod Touch?


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Back before I started live streaming, I did a few hours’ worth of audio streaming each week. It’s a stark contrast from doing live video stream, for sure. There have been many times I’ve been out and about, and wished I could easily record an audio file of my thoughts at the time.

WAY more than a “voice recorder”… whether you just want to recall a conversation later, or are serious about capturing the sounds around you, Griffin iTalk is the app you need for your iPhone or 2nd gen iPod touch. Your recordings are saved for replay on your iPhone or iPod, and you can use iTalk Sync (a free download) to drag-and-drop them as high-quality AIFF files to your computer over a Wi-Fi connection. User-centric features include: – Choose from Good/Better/Best quality levels. – Pause/resume and append to existing recordings on the fly. – Append text notes to your recordings for later reference. – The one-button recording interface is designed for quick, easy operation in the field, and simple management of your recordings. Need to add a mic? Griffin has updated its TuneBuds Mobile and SmartTalk headset solutions to complement iTalk and provide a complete recording solution. (These devices also work with the built-in voice memo abilities of 4th generation iPod nano, and iPod classic 120GB.) iTalk System Requirements: iPhone, iPhone 3G, or 2nd generation iPod Touch Wi-Fi connection for transfer of files to computer (iTalk Sync is available for Mac OS 10.4.11+ and will be available for Windows very soon) External microphone is needed for recording with 2nd gen iPod touch

If you want to record audio at any level of quality, don’t phone it in. It sounds bad. If you have a low-quality audio recording, I can’t deal with that. Get iTalk, and get going!

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Gnomedex Recordings

If you wanted to hear anything and everything that was officially recorded (in audio) from Gnomedex 6, you might want to subscribe to our show – conference interviews and sessions are already being posted there. The videos are forthcoming – more word on that soon. Until then, you should get our podcast (which I hope you’re getting, anyway). We’ll have a few dozen unique recordings come through over the next month or two. When they’ve all been published, expect a full list of links here (and on Gnomedex.com). If we dumped ’em all on you at the same time, they would overwhelm your iPod.