It worked! I didn't know you had to hit play twice after you hit start
record. Now if we need to take this of list that's fine, but can some
one explain all of these settings and choices and what they mean? Not
only am I interested in pod casting, but this recording stuff looks
cool. I found out that another note taker that I'm getting has a
recording thing on it and it records cd quality stuff, but at the best
settings it takes up five MB a minute so that's why I'm interested in
how all of this works.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On Behalf Of Chris Skarstad
Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2005 9:54 PM
Subject: RE: Recording on the Archos
Ok, level 7 is like 160kbps, I believe. for podcasting you won't need to
that high with your bitrate. so set it to like 4 oor 5 like I was
and then go to your recording, and then the recording screen option and
press the play button. If you have headphones on, you *should* be able
hear yourself. You're in standby or pause mode now. Press play again
you'll be recording. after you're done, press the stop button and wait
few seconds for the file to write to the drive. You may actually have to
press stop twice for this to work.
then, press the play button and you should be able to listen back to
Hope that helps.
At 09:43 PM 9/29/2005, you wrote:
>I have it set to microphone and I have the level set at 7. I'm just
>trying to learn how to do this. I eventually want to pod cast.
>On Behalf Of Chris Skarstad
>Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2005 9:20 PM
>Subject: RE: Recording on the Archos
>Hi. Ok, where exactly are you running into trouble? BTW I'm guessing
>you were actually talking about the recorder 20, because the studio is
>player. I had that same problem before when i bought a studio when i
>a recorder. so i sold it and got myself a recorder 20. Just set the
>recording level to about 4, 5 or even 6, make sure you're set to
>microphone instead of line-in and that should do the trick.
>If you set it to microphone that'll use the internal mic, but get ready
>a lot of hard drive noise in your recordings.
>At 09:10 PM 9/29/2005, you wrote:
> >Yes I do and I have this one saved but to be honest the answers
> >didn't help because I still can't record. I've played with every
> >option that is under the recording settings.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: email@example.com
> >On Behalf Of Ronald Teune
> >Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2005 6:35 PM
> >To: Rockbox
> >Subject: Re: Recording on the Archos
> >Hi Sarai,
> >sorry if it sounds blunt, but do you read replies to your e-mail?
> >Both your questions, among others, were answered there. And if you
> >played around with settings, please be more specific about what you
> >exactly played around.
> >On Fri, 30 Sep 2005 01:29:22 +0200, Sarai <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > Hi:
> > > Okay I've been playing around with the Record settings in the
> > > Archos
> > > studio 20 and I now have a recordings folder but can't get
> > > anything to
> > > record with the internal mike. I've played around with settings
> > > but have no luck. Also, I'm looking for a good small powerful
> > > external Mike for the recorder. Any suggestions?
> > >
> > > Sarai D. Bucciarelli
Received on Fri Sep 30 05:31:42 2005