[CentOS] Recording piano and voice

Tue Jun 23 22:24:13 UTC 2015
Frank Cox <theatre at melvilletheatre.com>

On Tue, 23 Jun 2015 14:26:19 -0700
John R Pierce wrote:

> if you can plug in headphones, then you can plug it into a computer 
> line-in jack with a suitable cable, just set the headphone volume on the 
> piano for about 60-70% of full range, thats a good approximation of 1V 
> P-P line input.

Thank you ever so much for the help!

> that 2nd one is a pocket sized digital audio recorder with integral 
> stereo microphones and line input, it will record 4 tracks (stereo mics, 
> stereo line in) concurrently directly to an SD card, you can then edit 
> the audio files in audacity or whatever to clean them up and balance the 
> levels, etc.    the recordings will also be much higher fidelity and 
> cleaner sounding than most any PC sound card inputs.

Now that looks like one dandy gadget!  I might have to look at getting one of those at some point.

Never knew such a thing existed until now.

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