I have to get the machine recording first.
As good as the layout is I’ve no way of working out what the buttons actually 
do until I get a pair of eyes to tell he what’s going on, the manual doesn’t 
give much of a description of the layout though plenty of description is given 
as to what each function does if you just happen to know the right buttons to 
press <smile>.

> On 9 Jan 2019, at 4:58 am, Hamit Campos <hamitcam...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Ah cool. Ah another mic I'd be curious to hear which Neal did demo with the 
> H6 is the AT-4021. Since it's 2 AT-4021s that make up my AT-8022 stereo mic. 
> Which by the way is the sucessor to the AT-822. Which is another mic I love 
> to hear Neal demo. As for his dinamics I kinda like the Beta 58A.
> On 1/8/2019 12:21 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
>> Yes I’ll use the capsule from the H6 first and then I’ll probably end up 
>> getting the Capsule extension lead, haven’t made up my mind as to what 
>> microphones I’ll be using yet.
>>> On 9 Jan 2019, at 1:34 am, Hamit Campos <hamitcam...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Pure epicness dude. I'm mad jealous dude. can't wait to hear it. So, are 
>>> you gonna use the snap off peaces from the H6 then? Or do you have 
>>> condencers? Man I'd love to hear the Rode NT1-A into this thing. That's my 
>>> favorite of Neal's mics. I'd love a pare of NT1-A's
>>> On 1/8/2019 3:38 AM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> I received my Zoom F8N today and yes I’ll probably need a bit of help to 
>>>> get the machine going but after that I don’t think I’ll have too many 
>>>> problems.
>>>> Firstly level adjustments it seems are controlled by analogue dials, one 
>>>> dial for each track.
>>>> These dials have pointers so you know what position they’re adjusted too, 
>>>> halfway is completely vertical.
>>>> The track selection keys are marked by a series of small dots each.
>>>> Turning the recorder on and off is different from all Zoom recorders I’ve 
>>>> had in the past and is achieved by means of a small button in the bottom 
>>>> right on the control panel which is rather cramped and contains quite a 
>>>> few buttons, dials and knobs so if you have big fingers this may take a 
>>>> little getting used to.
>>>> The sight of the F8N was somewhat of shock and is unlike all other Zoom 
>>>> recorders I’ve seen.
>>>> The F8N is in a complete metal housing and reminds me of a small car radio 
>>>> in shape similar to the one’s I used to mount in car dashboards when I was 
>>>> working at Hillman Spares all those years ago.
>>>> The design is straight forward, the front panel being taken up by the 
>>>> display on the left and the control panel on the right.
>>>> On each side are the various XLR/TRS inputs, outputs, USB socket and SD 
>>>> card slots.
>>>> On. The back are 2 BMC sockets and the Zoom Capsule connector along with a 
>>>> DC input for the supplied power adapter and battery door screw.
>>>> The Battery door opens on the bottom of the recorder for the insertion of 
>>>> 8 AA batteries for portable use.
>>>> The F8N sits proudly on a desk or a table curtesy of the 4 square rubber 
>>>> feet in each  corner.
>>>> So that’s as far as I’ve managed to get at this stage and I’ll write more 
>>>> as I progress.
>>>> **********
>>>> “And pray that there’s intelligent life somewhere out in space cause 
>>>> there’s bugger-all down here on earth”
>>>> **********

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