Can you not use be my eyes? I'm not sure if it works in Australia. But
believe me when I ever do get 1 I'd quickly lode up be my eyes. Or Aira.
On 1/8/2019 1:07 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
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:
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
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
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
“And pray that there’s intelligent life somewhere out in space cause there’s
bugger-all down here on earth”
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