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This evening our son bridged up from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts and earned his Arrow of Light Award. Before the ceremony began, however, I realized it might be wonderful to audio-record the event to share it with grandparents as well as archive it for our own enjoyment later. The problem was I had forgotten to bring my Olympus WS-110 portable digital audio recorder to the ceremony! I remembered that I’d installed the free Griffin i Talk application on my i Phone, however, and although I had not used it before tonight I thought it might be able to save the day. It did work to record the ceremony, and with some amplification in Audacity the resulting final recording (which I uploaded to edublogs.tv) is pretty reasonable. Most of this recording was made from my seat in the 2nd row of the church sanctuary where this ceremony was held. i Talk is very easy to use on an i Phone, simply press the record button to start and stop the recording process. This is how recordings look on the i Phone after they have been saved: To transfer recorded i Talk audio files to your computer, it is necessary to download and install the free i Talk i Sync application. To transfer files, open the i Talk application on your i Phone and then open the i Talk i Sync program on your computer. Both your i Phone and computer must be connected to the same Wi Fi network. The i Talk i Sync application scans the network and finds any i Phones which are connected and running i Talk. After double clicking the name of the i Phone, a confirmation prompt is displayed on the i Phone: If you click YES to this prompt, the i Phone and the computer are connected and ready for transfers: It is then possible to drag audio files from the i Talk i Sync application to different locations on your computer’s hard drive. The files (in AIFF format) copy over to your computer relatively quickly, about as fast as they would with a wired, direct USB connection. It is FANTASTIC to have this type of recording ability on my i Phone, wherever I go. I almost called Gabcast and used its recording functionality tonight for the ceremony, but it proved even easier to use the i Talk application since it didn’t require a phone call which could potentially be “dropped” or otherwise interrupted. Have you had positive or negative experiences using the i Talk i Phone application, or just the built-in speakerphone recording option on a different cell phone model? Technorati Tags: italk, isync, iphone, audio, audacity, podcasting, record If you enjoyed this post and found it useful, subscribe to Wes' free newsletter. Check out Wes' video tutorial library, "Playing with Media." Information about more ways to learn with Dr. This evening our son bridged up from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts and earned his Arrow of Light Award. Before the ceremony began, however, I realized it might be wonderful to audio-record the event to share it with grandparents as well as archive it for our own enjoyment later. The problem was I had forgotten to bring my Olympus WS-110 portable digital audio recorder to the ceremony! I remembered that I’d installed the free Griffin i Talk application on my i Phone, however, and although I had not used it before tonight I thought it might be able to save the day. It did work to record the ceremony, and with some amplification in Audacity the resulting final recording (which I uploaded to edublogs.tv) is pretty reasonable. Most of this recording was made from my seat in the 2nd row of the church sanctuary where this ceremony was held. i Talk is very easy to use on an i Phone, simply press the record button to start and stop the recording process. This is how recordings look on the i Phone after they have been saved: To transfer recorded i Talk audio files to your computer, it is necessary to download and install the free i Talk i Sync application. To transfer files, open the i Talk application on your i Phone and then open the i Talk i Sync program on your computer. Both your i Phone and computer must be connected to the same Wi Fi network. The i Talk i Sync application scans the network and finds any i Phones which are connected and running i Talk. After double clicking the name of the i Phone, a confirmation prompt is displayed on the i Phone: If you click YES to this prompt, the i Phone and the computer are connected and ready for transfers: It is then possible to drag audio files from the i Talk i Sync application to different locations on your computer’s hard drive. The files (in AIFF format) copy over to your computer relatively quickly, about as fast as they would with a wired, direct USB connection. It is FANTASTIC to have this type of recording ability on my i Phone, wherever I go. I almost called Gabcast and used its recording functionality tonight for the ceremony, but it proved even easier to use the i Talk application since it didn’t require a phone call which could potentially be “dropped” or otherwise interrupted. Have you had positive or negative experiences using the i Talk i Phone application, or just the built-in speakerphone recording option on a different cell phone model? Technorati Tags: italk, isync, iphone, audio, audacity, podcasting, record If you enjoyed this post and found it useful, subscribe to Wes' free newsletter. Check out Wes' video tutorial library, "Playing with Media." Information about more ways to learn with Dr.

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