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With the wide range of different audio recorders and players on the market, there are numerous features that are unique to different devices. However, they tend to have some features in common. For example, they will have onboard controls that can allow you to record different channels, and many will allow you to record from several different sources at the same time. They will also have some type of playback function so you can hear the audio right after recording it. This lets you know whether you have clean audio, or if you need to record again.
How audio recorders & players work
An audio recorder will capture audio. It may have external microphones attached to it, as is the case with many of the larger desktop options. The portable audio recorders and players will have a microphone attached to them. The quality of the audio depends on the quality of the microphone in most cases. Some audio recorders may have a few onboard mixing options available, but many will require a mixer as well.
About audio recorders & players
One of the most important parts of any type of film or video production is the sound. Without great sound, even a beautifully shot and edited piece will not go over well. That's why it is so important to make sure you have high quality audio recorders and players, in addition to great microphones, available to help you capture audio. An audio recorder and player can come in many different shapes and sizes. Some are desktop units, while others are small handhelds.
Audio Recorders & Player Applications
The following are just a few of the many different applications for audio recorders and players.
Audio Recorders & Player Manufacturers
The following are some of the top manufacturers making audio recorders and players today: