Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: A rockbox survey - and recording failures
Re: A rockbox survey - and recording failures
From: Rocker <rocker_at_shaw.ca>
Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2003 07:18:27 -0700
I would also be interested in learning what recording config you are using
to track your rehearsals? Once I get this rockbox stuff figured out a
little more I want to try and somehow connect my Fostex MR8 multii tracker
into the Archos thus bi-passing the compact flash card. Is this possible?
Any advice is appreciated & sorry if this is a little off topic.
P.S. As a drummer I would suggest that Maybe you should replace that
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 5:11 AM
Subject: RE: A rockbox survey - and recording failures
> Hmm, what microphone do you use for recording rehearsals?
> I use an unmodified JBR20 with flashed daily build to record band
> rehearsals, but the recordings tend to fail with "Updating size on empty
> dir entry xx". Earlier I got just an error number. Latest build that did
> this was 2003-10-31. I don't use the Time Split function.
> What is REALLY weird is that it seems to happen only when the music/noise
> is really loud and the level meter peaks all the time. I know it's stupid
> to use the internal microphone at such sound levels - it DOES sound like
> crap - but the recordings are mostly just for getting the feeling of a
> song (and occasionally to resolve arguments with the drummer :)
> Now, isn't the data coming out of the MP3-encoding chip just being stored
> in a buffer and then fed to the disk?
> On Tue, 4 Nov 2003 at 12:21, Andreas Stemmer wrote:
> > My "long" recordings are only about 2-4 hours. I mainly use the
> > feature for archiving rehearsals or recording live gigs of my band. But
> > love the fact that I could record as long as I wanted.
Received on 2003-11-04