[MPA] Live Recording on iPod?

rjn rajala at ix.netcom.com
Tue Nov 25 13:09:52 PST 2003

The Belken Voice Recorder is the only way I am aware of recording. I 
have one and it is good for voice recording within a fairly close 
range. The files are MONO wav files so not really appropriate for your 


On Tuesday, November 25, 2003, at 11:02 AM, amos perrine wrote:

> I currently use a Sharp mini-disc recorder to record live music 
> events. But am wondering is it possible, and if any one is doing it, 
> to use an iPod to record live events in either AIFF or Apple's own new 
> system? If so, how?
> Thanks,
> Amos
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