Audio Tests for the Sony PCM-M10 Portable Audio Recorder

Recently, I was awarded a grant to purchase some audio equipment for a series of interviews I’m working on. I’ve got about $4000 to spend, and I need to be able to conduct interviews with as many as for subjects (plus me) on location at conferences or via Google+ Hangouts. There’s a lot of thinking that has to go into this, and I’m still working out my equipment needs. I’m…

December 8, 2013
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#gettingstarted: Thoughts on some Fundamentals of Digital Textuality

December 10, 2011

Trying to become a more regular blogger. Trying to work with some video posts; well, I guess they’re going to be more like video posts with some commentary. For the next several posts, I’m going to be working with a variety of different hardware, software, and distribution set ups. Just to see how they work together… what I like about each one… etc. So there will be parallel explorations for…

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My DIY Microphone Shock Mount with Clip

As part of my preparations for teaching at DMAC Institute (Digital Media and Composition: official site; or the DMAC blog) this summer at Ohio State, I’m (very slowly) getting my new media production gear in order. I recently a decent shock mount (audio-technica 8415) for my desktop station to keep my mic (audi0-technica 8035) sounding good even when I’m typing or I need to move the mic during recording.  Mostly,…

April 14, 2011
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My DIY Microphone Shock Mount with Clip

As part of my preparations for teaching at DMAC Institute (Digital Media and Composition: official site; or the DMAC blog) this summer at Ohio State, I’m (very slowly) getting my new media production gear in order. I recently a decent shock mount (audio-technica 8415) for my desktop station to keep my mic (audi0-technica 8035) sounding good even when I’m typing or I need to move the mic during recording.  Mostly,…

April 14, 2011
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