Difference between revisions of "H4N Zoom Recorder - Menu System"

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#*Low-cut: cuts out low frequencies. Good for getting rid of handling noise.
 
#*Low-cut: cuts out low frequencies. Good for getting rid of handling noise.
 
#*Compresser: reduces the dynamic range. Good for overall leveling of volume.
 
#*Compresser: reduces the dynamic range. Good for overall leveling of volume.
*Monitor: allows you to monitor your input.
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#*Monitor: allows you to monitor your input.
*Level auto: Turn off.
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#*Level auto: Turn off.
*Mono mix:
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#*Mono mix:
*MS mix: advanced Mid Side stereo recording technique. You need an additional microphone to do this.
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#*MS mix: advanced Mid Side stereo recording technique. You need an additional microphone to do this.
*Phantom: Turn ON to provide power to condenser microphones. If your microphone already has a working battery in it then you don't need phantom power.
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#*Phantom: Turn ON to provide power to condenser microphones. If your microphone already has a working battery in it then you don't need phantom power.
*Plug in:
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#*Plug in:
  
 
#'''Record'''
 
#'''Record'''

Revision as of 12:49, 23 May 2012

Instructions for using the H4N Zoom audio recorder

Accessing the MENU and Formatting the card.

  1. Press the MENU button on the right hand side of the recorder.
  2. Use the toggle wheel to scroll down to the SD card menu.
  3. Use the toggle wheel to scroll down to the Format menu.
  4. Are you sure? press the toggle wheel to accept.
  5. Your SD card should now be formatted and erased of all material.
  6. Remember to format the card before turning it back in.


MENU options

  1. Press the MENU button. Use the Toggle wheel to scroll and press to select.
  2. Folder: you have 10 folders available in which to save your work.
  3. File: this allows you to access specific files in order to edit or playback.
  4. Input:
    • Low-cut: cuts out low frequencies. Good for getting rid of handling noise.
    • Compresser: reduces the dynamic range. Good for overall leveling of volume.
    • Monitor: allows you to monitor your input.
    • Level auto: Turn off.
    • Mono mix:
    • MS mix: advanced Mid Side stereo recording technique. You need an additional microphone to do this.
    • Phantom: Turn ON to provide power to condenser microphones. If your microphone already has a working battery in it then you don't need phantom power.
    • Plug in:
  1. Record