Zoom H4n Handy Recorder Tutorial

By October 09, 2015

Representing the next level of professional recording performance, the H4n delivers unbeleivable audio quality and performance. Zoom’s most sophisticated handheld recorder to date will amaze, no matter the application. It's a Field Recorder with up to 4 channels, a Multitrack Recording Studio with world class effects, Phrase Trainer, USB Interface with up to 96K 24 bit resolution...a virtual swiss army knife of audio recording. The comprehensive DVD goes into every feature of the H4n with nearly 2 hours of expert instruction from's David Wills...a 25 year veteran audio engineer who has worked for some of the biggest names in the industry including Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Phil Collins, Chicago, Diana Ross and many others. Not only will you understand every feature on using this unit as a field recorder, you'll learn how to use it as an interface to record into your favorite PC or Mac audio application like Cubase, Logic or Pro Tools. Take your H4n skills to the next level and pick up's H4n DVD Tutorial today! INTRODUCTION What is the H4n? Overview of unit Connections Getting around the screen The 4 Modes of the H4n FIELD RECORDING Microphone Configuration Recording Levels (Auto/Comp/Limiter) Recording Format Microphone Placement Using External Mics (Phantom) Miking Techniques Setting Markers 4-Channel Recording Using Folders Naming Files MULTITRACK RECORDING Overview Setting Levels/Panning Creating a New Project Using the Tuner Using Effects Using the Metronome Multitrack Recording Example Alternate Tracks Punching In/Out Bouncing EDITING File Edits MP3 Encoding Normalize Divide Move Delete Auto Recording Pre Recording 4-Channel Edits Multitrack Edits USING WITH A COMPUTER Importing/Exporting files Using as a USB interface Working with DAWs (Cubase Le, Pro Tools, etc) Monitoring Latency Using the H4n's Effects in Cubase MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS Using as a Phrase Trainer A/B Repeat Karaoke Archiving Analog Media Podcasting Applications Using the Remote Source:

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