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Pocket Recorder/Multitrack from Zoom belonging to the H4 series.

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  • Anonymous

    Zoom H4Published on 10/30/06 at 03:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello everyone.
    I do not have the knowledge but to me comes from acquérir.Il is delighted to record his acoustic guitars.
    Here is a sample that we issued and that will give you an idea of ​​rendering:
    http://accoustic91.free.fr/Test-zoom-H4-acoustic.mp3
  • Zoom H4Published on 11/19/06 at 05:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    FYI website announces an update for November 2006 because of a problem MP3 encoding:

    https://www.zoom.co.jp/english/news/news147/index.php
  • Zoom H4Published on 11/20/06 at 03:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Warning, the H4 is only a 2-track simultaneous recording after the instructions in French.
  • Zoom H4Published on 12/14/06 at 08:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A description translated into franais. It's clear this is a 4-track recording

    Digital audio format 24bit / 96kHz, 320kbps or MP3
    2 condenser microphones
    2 among combined jack / XLR with phantom power
    Between 1/4 High Impedance microphone, guitar, bass or keyboard
    Incorpors studio effects (compressor, limiter and mic modeling)
    Simulations damplis identical guitar G2
    Headphone jack 1/8 (also usable as monitor)
    Secure Digital (SD) 128MB included
    Possibility of 380 minutes or 34 hours denregistrement mono MP3 stro with 2GB memory card (not included)
    Mass Storage USB interface
    LCD backlit display 128x64 pixel light
    4 tracks denregistrement Concurrent (2 + 2 jack stro......
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    A description translated into franais. It's clear this is a 4-track recording

    Digital audio format 24bit / 96kHz, 320kbps or MP3
    2 condenser microphones
    2 among combined jack / XLR with phantom power
    Between 1/4 High Impedance microphone, guitar, bass or keyboard
    Incorpors studio effects (compressor, limiter and mic modeling)
    Simulations damplis identical guitar G2
    Headphone jack 1/8 (also usable as monitor)
    Secure Digital (SD) 128MB included
    Possibility of 380 minutes or 34 hours denregistrement mono MP3 stro with 2GB memory card (not included)
    Mass Storage USB interface
    LCD backlit display 128x64 pixel light
    4 tracks denregistrement Concurrent (2 + 2 jack stro combins) in CD quality 16bit
    Software included Cubase LE
    Power 2 AA batteries (4 hours of continuous operation) or 9V adapter
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  • Zoom H4Published on 01/06/07 at 14:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    "This method allows simultaneous recording of 2 tracks and simultaneous playback of 4 tracks"

    Based "4-track" the H4 therefore permits the simultaneous recording of 2 tracks and simultaneous playback of 4 tracks, it's clear.
  • Zoom H4Published on 10/05/07 at 04:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I want to buy a portable recorder for interviews of musicians and recordings of their live console output. I thought of the Zoom H4 and wondering if it was possible to rcuprrer stro an output table with 2 XLR and at the same time to use condenser microphones incorporated s for the rcuprer stro atmosphere of sound (thus would make 4 Concurrent tracks!). If you have other recorders advise?
  • Zoom H4Published on 10/05/07 at 04:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I want to buy a portable recorder for interviews of musicians and recordings of their live console output. I thought of the Zoom H4 and wondering if it was possible to rcuprrer stro an output table with 2 XLR and at the same time to use condenser microphones incorporated s for the rcuprer stro atmosphere of sound (thus would make 4 Concurrent tracks!). If you have other recorders advise?
  • Zoom H4Published on 10/05/07 at 12:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,

    I am an artist, I record outside environments (nature, cities, ...), voices, music ... I reworked on my mac and I j''intgre in or vidos sound installations.
    So I need a small recorder to win easily, I can add microphones if required.
    I have a Sony TCD-D8 dat I would like to replace: I hesitates between zoom and H4 Edirol R-09, but if you have a better idea (I can put more money if n necessary.)
    thank you for your advice
  • Zoom H4Published on 05/23/07 at 10:43
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    Just to answer the user, below, which says that there is no fast forward and back: yes! On the play screen, you must press the dial to select the latrale minutes, or seconds ... etc of the current file, and once slectionn use the jog forward or backward
  • Zoom H4Published on 06/05/07 at 05:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Absurdity II

    Booouh RESPONSE ... no ... Here the infirmary we need doctors!

    Also, I wanted to add this link to quality illustration of prcdent message: much to offer bnfice a small detour literary audiophiles, musicians and makers its that to drive the nail. Happy reading.

    http://fieldmice.free.fr/Essai_R.M/II_Journal/Journal_RM_X.rtf

    Title of text: Kinderspielen
    Author: G.Viederland
    Publisher: Watermarks
    Status: Offline Commerce
    ...
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    Absurdity II

    Booouh RESPONSE ... no ... Here the infirmary we need doctors!

    Also, I wanted to add this link to quality illustration of prcdent message: much to offer bnfice a small detour literary audiophiles, musicians and makers its that to drive the nail. Happy reading.

    http://fieldmice.free.fr/Essai_R.M/II_Journal/Journal_RM_X.rtf

    Title of text: Kinderspielen
    Author: G.Viederland
    Publisher: Watermarks
    Status: Offline Commerce
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