Sure no problem. The ProTrack Handheld Stereo Recorder for iPod. 2 Phantom Powered XLR inputs (16-bit, 44.1kHz). 2 cardioid condenser microphones. 2g Touch compatible. Two legs running to the store.
Alesis (click specs) has seemed to answer a prayer, ours. This will make you forget all about a phone or VOIP mic for use with ipod, or possibly even adapter cables of any kind. This could be it.
Plug your 1/4 inch and XLR studio cables and record into ipod with iprorecorder,Hopefully other apps are or will be compatible with this as well.
It’s sells for $234.99 Canadian downtown Toronto at Moog Audio.
Definitely worth some research in comparison with what you are looking for in a recording device for the ipod Touch 2g. If this works the way it says, we can spend time recording and not time finding out how to record (works with other ipod models, check Alesis link and click specs).
We will have more when we can get our hands on one.
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