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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2012 3:19 pm 
HamelnStock Survivor and Midi Guru
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Setting this thread back to it's topic. I have seen the video, Acoustic. I had no time to watch it before but i think it correctly explains how to set the volumes for the tracks. It's how i do it when i record something with the zoom. I still think that the zoom is a very decent device for recording provided you do the mix in Cubase later. The fact that you can copy the tracks from the SD card is a big plus. I think it would have helped a lot if t was easier to name the tracks so you wouldn't have to sort trough a lot of files named Stereo- or Mono-999.wav files. You have to go into Project -> Info -> Rename and then use the jog wheel like on the AW except you don't get a preview. It's just the character that has the focus that changes. There are enough buttons on the face to put the entire alfabeth, numbers 0-9 and then some. Together with a dedicated rename button, that would have been good.

I think setting the levels on this device is not difficult at all. (matter of opinion). It just allienates you a bit from the fact that you are used to a very good visualization of the signal. Here you have to trust the peak indicator and the fact that they build in enough of headroom.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2012 10:52 pm 
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