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Q&A: What recording equipment would allow me to record hypnosis sessions?

January 2, 2012 by relax  
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Question by Juanita S: What recording equipment would allow me to record hypnosis sessions?
I need something that I can have with me during hypnosis sessions with clients where I can have a background music CD playing and a blank CD which I can then plug a mic into and record my voice along with the background music onto the blank CD as I’m doing the session. What do you reccommend? Something other than a computer…because I’m sure there is probably some way by plugging a mic into a laptop or something but I’m needing some other type of equipment.

Thanks

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Answer by sree
I think you are going the wrong way, hypnosis is no longer relevant.

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One Response to “Q&A: What recording equipment would allow me to record hypnosis sessions?”
  1. BarCo says:

    Hi,

    I am a recording engineer at National Geographic. For all recording that gets here in the studio setting the computer and hard disk recorders are the supreme tools I use. It sounds like you want something that is portable and records directly to a CD, well this can be done. There are several pieces of gear that do exactly that. One unit I have found that dose this is the
    ( Marantz CDR300 ). Marantz makes great quality products that produce great recordings, but are not the cheapest on the market. I have seen the CDR300 sale for about $ 650.
    One thing to think about when picking a recording device is the type of microphone you will be using for you recordings. A good mic makes all the difference when making quality recording so you have to make sure that the recorder itself is able to connect to a quality mic. The name of the connector you are looking for is called “XLR”. A good quality recorder well have XLR inputs.

    I hope this is helpful and good luck.

    BarCo

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