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Chapter 7. Toys for Your iPod > Voice Recorders

Voice Recorders

Do you regularly attend meetings, conduct interviews, or simply have a need to record conversations? If so, you could go out and buy a cheap mini cassette deck or a digital voice recorder. But if you already have an iPod, why bother? All you need is one of these two voice recorders.

The big benefit to using your iPod as a voice recorder is the massive amount of storage space. The ability to store said recordings on your computer, even using iTunes to catalog and sort them, is another huge benefit. Smaller digital voice recorders usually support less than 100MB, have poor audio quality, and can be quite expensive. Traditional cassette tapes are hard to manage and catalog; you cannot store the recordings on your computer, and must use cheap and easily damaged tapes. The iPod is the perfect voice recorder, and you already have one. (Note: The iPod Mini does not support any voice recordings, only the third generation iPod with dock connector does.)


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