The video below shows how to use a $35 camera connection kit and a usb to =
line in connector to use with almost any mic you wanted on the iPad. I imag=
ine even a Neumann U87 could be connected as long as you externally powered=
it. On the software note, tons of recording applications ... $5 Garageband=
for iPad is a music production app, although it can be easily adapted to w=
ork with nature recording. Nanostudio is another option as with Ministudio.=
I'm not positive about bit rates, although I am pretty sure Garageband and=
Nano have 16/44 wav going on.
On Jun 2, 2012, at 3:13 PM, "Raimund" <> wrote:
> < I would be more interested in editing software. If something with the c=
apabilities of Audacity was available for iPads then I'd consider getting o=
> I think we can expect a number of new Windows-based tablet PCs (in size s=
imilar to the iPad) once Windows 8 has been launched this fall.
> These tablets will run any Windows application, including Audacity. Most =
of the conventional Windows applications are however not suited very well f=
or touch screen operation. The free Avisoft-SASLab Lite (and Pro) software =
(http://www.avisoft.com/downloads.htm) alreay provides a number of optimiza=
tions for touch screen operation.
> Such Windows 8 tablets should also be able to operate BUS-powered USB aud=
io interfaces directly without additional external power supplies.