[JPL] Inline Patch (was Re: USB Turntable and Audacity software -
susan at susanreeves.net
Thu Oct 9 09:49:32 EDT 2008
Thanks so much for this info - I am checking it out.
I will check out the interview you did soon -
Again - I appreciate your following up!
10/08/2008 12:37 AM
SUBJECT : Inline Patch (was Re: USB Turntable and Audacity software - phone interviews)
Sorry for the delay, the engineer that lent me the box was away last week, the outfit that provides it is called JK Audio and this is their website: http://www.jkaudio.com
and this is the box (called an inline patch) that I've used: http://www.jkaudio.com/inline-patch.htm
Looks like they've got a few reasonably priced items that might come in handy around a radio station ...
I used the inline patch for a phone interview with Michael Blake in NYC, captured to audacity, edited the wave file, split into tracks and burned to a cd which allowed me to transcribe it (http://vancouverjazz.com/inview/blake.shtml) and play it on the air interspersed with the music that we were discussing.
Hope that helps, thanks ... N
On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 6:49 AM, Susan Reeves wrote:
Wow - that sounds like just what I need -
Can you please post or send the specs to obtain that box?!
Although one would still hear the "phone" sound vs. an ISDN clean connection, at least it's better than mic-ing a speaker phone (the station's current method for pre-recording a phone interview....).
Thanks very much -
Nou Dadoun nou.dadoun at gmail.com
Sun Sep 28 23:00:35 EDT 2008
I've also used it to do phone interviews, the station has a box that can be
inserted 'inline' into a phone which separates incoming and outgoing into
separate channels (for balance adjustment) and provides them in a
two-channel/stereo digital output. That plugs into a soundcard and with
Audacity doing the capture, you can have a nice conversation and edit it up
into an interview quite easily. Very handy .. N
Susan Reeves susan at susanreeves.net
Sun Sep 28 22:25:58 EDT 2008
> Hi Eric et al ~
> I saw that you mentioned Audacity software in your post about recording
> from LPs etc.
> It is a great program which I use for a lot of recording applications, such
> as from LPs and cassettes, as well as for creating original multi-track
> music. Free, available from their website:
> "Audacity is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds.
> It is available for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and other
> operating systems".
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