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Well, I'm back. I got the mic and it seems to
work, but I can not get any sound from the monitoring jack on the mic to come
out. The only thing I hear is voice over from my iPhone. When I
listen to the recording I have made, I can hear the volume being adjusted
and everything else that I am playing back through the recording. I was
just using the voice memos app. Any ideas?
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anybody it does. Light houses don't fire cannons to call attention to their
shining - just shine.
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Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:46
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] podcast recording
There are many powerful and accessible recording apps for the iPhone.
These include Dolby On, Ferrite Recording Studio, GoldWave, Hokusai and
TwistedWave. I strongly urge you to look up each one of these apps in
the app store and elsewhere on the internet to learn all about them so that
you can decide which ones will best suit you. You might want to use
several of these apps so you can get the most out of audio production and
I hope others will contribute their own suggestions and advice on this
On Apr 14, 2021, at 8:00 AM, Kay Malmquist
Today we are venturing in to a new possible
catastrophe. If I, like a million other people want to create a
podcast and I wanted to record on my iPhone because I have a really neat
adjustable stereo mic that plugs in to my iPhone via the lightning plug,
what app or app would I use? And for that matter, what would be
the best way to just simply record things on my iPhone that I might want to
keep? Also, could I use said microphone if I created videos?
Thanks for all thought about this.
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