This is the final piece in this series of explorations using my Ukulele and the iRig Acoustic. That’s not to say that I won’t be doing more, not at all.
Another piece from me exploring sonic manipulation of my Ukulele through apps.
I made this using my iRig Acoustic and a variety of effects. I was very pleased with this one. The iRig Acoustic is actually excellent and provides a very clear and pure sound. It’s well worth looking into and works beautifully with a Ukulele too.
I had one of these years ago. In fact, I had a number of these. But one that was very like this one. I think it was the Ferguson that was almost identical to this. It was excellent. Ok, not excellent, but really good for its time. I used it to record all sorts of things and amassed a huge cassette collection, and have very little of it left.
Even so, now I have a nice tin. I’ve decided to use it for field recording accessories. That seems like an appropriate use for it.
I should mention that I also got this windjammer too. I think that this is a bit of an essential too for real field recording. I feel properly set up now!
I also got the accessory kit for the h2n. It really is a bag of goodies, with a hard case, remote, tripod, handle, AC adapter and more. I think it is actually a little bit of a necessity really. Especially the hard case.
I’ve wanted a dedicated field recorder for ages, and this year I got one for Christmas. A lovely Zoom h2n. It is excellent and just the right size. I’ve just started to use it, but I can see a lot more field recording happening soon!