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Subject: Re: beginner needs help with recording
From: "Jez" tempjez
Date: Fri Jun 8, 2012 2:46 pm ((PDT))
Hi Diane,

another poster here has suggested Audacity, which is ok & free, but a bette=
r option would be Reaper, as this has the ability for you to adjust eq & ot=
her processing stages while the track is playing rather than the system aud=
acity uses which doesn't allow for rolling adjustments. Reaper is a low cos=
t licence program ($60 I think) but you can 'review' it for as long as you =

The hiss you're hearing by the way, as you probably know, is a combination =
of the pre-amps of the recorder & the mic's self noise. The boss micro br i=
sn't made for recording in the field of course so it'll struggle a bit to g=
ive clean recordings but if you don't mind processing your recordings....

--- In  "DIANE" <> wrote:
> Hey Everyone,
> I am a pianist/composer who is improvising with birds and creating compos=
itions. I've been recording with a Boss Micro BR, and a Sony Mic ECMMS907, =
and there's a lot of hiss in my recordings. I've tried everything to get th=
e "hiss" out but had no luck.
> I realize that all of you have been doing this at a high level for some t=
ime...I'm new at this, so any advice you have would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks!
> Diane

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