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Re: Audition problem. Advice? switching from Dat-in to Ediro

Subject: Re: Audition problem. Advice? switching from Dat-in to Ediro
From: "Greg Weddig" <>
Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2006 13:56:48 -0000
You should be able to find a flashcard reader at any large office
supply store or computer store, they are pretty inexpensive.

--greg weddig

--- In  "Martyn Stewart" <>
> Rich, how the devil are you mate!!
> Why are you plugging the Edirol R-1  into your computer? If you use a
> flashcard reader this would be the easiest way to get your sounds
into any
> software program. All you need to do with the Edirol is record with
it. Buy
> yourself a flash-card reader and you will have no more problems.
> Martyn
> ****************************************
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> Bird and Animal Sounds Digitally Recorded at:
> Redmond. Washington. USA
> N47.65543 W121.98428
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: 
>  On Behalf Of Richard Lyttle
> Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 4:12 PM
> To: 
> Subject: [Nature Recordists] Audition problem. Advice? switching
from Dat-in
> to Edirol R-1-in to Audition.
> Folks, I could really appreciate a few posts, replys on what my problem
> might be when I try to switch ( going back and forth ) in my PC from
my DAT
> deck in to Adobe Audition over to my new recorder, the Edirol R-1 flash
> recorder so I can record screams, calls.  I'm frustrated! but not
> What am I doing wrong?
> Right now, I'm only able to have my Edirol R-1 recognized by Adobe
> recording from Windows Media Player. That took me two months to get
> For years I was doing only Dat in ( through an Echo Audio Digital
> ) and then to playing, being recognized in Adobe Audition, recording no
> problem. Not too many problems there but still challenged me bigtime.
> Quick Caveat: The longer I stay on this list ( 3 yrs! ), the more
humbler I
> become, -really!=20
> I'm dumber than most on editing software, creating sound files, and on
> Windows set up, communication. But I do get quite unusual night time
> bird screams with good equipment. I'm getting amazing Barred Owl -street
> tough challenge screams, red fox complaining, wailing, Bobcat
calling for
> mates, etc here in the Maryland area.
> Right now it appears Audition 1.1 sees the Dat signal ( you can see
it in
> Monitor Recording setting ) ( trying to go back from the Edirol
> settings ) but it aint taking when I go to record, blank recording.
!! Echo
> Audio Digital interface seems to recognize the signal from the Dat,
I think
> as it goes to Audition.
> clue: I just, in the last week, figured out to have the Edirol R-1
> recognized by audition ( switching all sorts of settings away from
the dat
> in settings) and ever since, the Dat in thru Echo Audio when trying
to go
> back to it is not happening, not recording in Audition.
> It's got to be easy, a setting or two, something but I cant see it,
> Is it obvious?
> I'll tell a recording story for thanks, or better, ( for the group ) not
> tell it! Thank you. Just had a black bear walk up to within 80 feet
of me
> crunching thru the snow at night this December, that was cool.
> Humbly submitted by Rip Lyttle, from stress free DC area, Takoma
Park, MD.
> 301.526.6086-cell. if its faster to call. sorry to bother. Thank you.
> have some great areas i'm going to this spring to record: Potomac
> Delaware swamps, South Mountain, south central PA.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> "Microphones are not ears,
> Loudspeakers are not birds,
> A listening room is not nature."
> Klas Strandberg
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