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Mark Light December 3rd, 2005 02:34 PM

Is this a good match with the Rode Videomic?
 
Will this let me capture uncompressed, good audio from the Rode Videomic?

http://cnet.search.com/click?xsl,cne...03109%252Ehtml

Douglas Spotted Eagle December 3rd, 2005 03:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mark Light
Will this let me capture uncompressed, good audio from the Rode Videomic?

http://cnet.search.com/click?xsl,cne...03109%252Ehtml

Based on seeing HiMD in the name of the above URL, I'll venture to say "yes." However, I won't click on any CNet anything, as they're pretty famous for introducing spyware/adware to your system.
HiMD is a great means of capturing PCM audio with any microphone.

Mark Light December 3rd, 2005 06:50 PM

Reply
 
Sorry about that-- the model is Sony MZ-RH910 Hi-MD Walkman

and the connectors it has are : Audio line-in, Microphone, SPDIF input

Douglas Spotted Eagle December 3rd, 2005 06:58 PM

Yep, that'll record with the VideoMic just fine. I've got a similar model, and have had the Rode in it several times.

Chris Scharff December 3rd, 2005 07:22 PM

Sony Hi-MD
 
Hey guys, I might as well butt in to see if I can get my own question asked. I see this will work well with the Videomic, but is this unit also a good choice for recording live sound off a mixing board during a music concert.
If so what adapters/cables will I need? Also to connect and import that audio into my computer or NLE?
The only recording I've done off a board was with a female XLR cable - into a Beachtek - into a GL2. I'd like to get one of these units because whenever I ask about the best ways to record these live shows, I get reccomended to setting up two mics (x-y) in the room and using a minidisc recorder to get sound of the board and then mix the two in post. I just don't know anything about minidisc recorders at all ( or really recording sound for that matter). Thanks a lot for any input you might have.


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