Sound Equipment Workshop. SFU Fraser Library Spring 2009. Agenda. Equipment List About MiniDisc and MiniDisc Models MiniDisc Recording Activity Microphone Categories and Polar Patterns Microphone Models Recording Sound Transferring Audio from MD to PC/MAC Sound Effects Library
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7. LP2, LP4, MONO indicator 8. Level meter 9. text info display
10. Play mode indicator (shuffle, repeat, programmed, etc.)
11. Sound mode indication (virtual-surround or equalizer presets)
Insert a minidisc with the label side facing front, press the lid down to close.
Slide catch to open the lid.
Make sure that the record-protect tab is closed
The mini plug to the red
jack on the recorder.
The female XLR connector
to the base of the microphone.
Push and slide the red
REC button, and release.
4) Create your sound
Talk into the microphone
as you hold it a maximum
of 6 inches from your mouth.
Press the stop button
when you are done.
6) Check your recording
Plug the headset cable into the black mini jack on the recorder
by pressing the arrow keys.
Put on the headset, and listen to your track by pressing the PLAY button on the recorder
If you are using a PC, insert one mini plug into the blue LINE INPUT jack on the back of the computer tower
If you are using an iMac (back) or eMac (side), insert one mini plug into the LINE INPUT jack.