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2012 Gift Guide: Zoom Portable Recorders (H1, H2, H2n, H4n)

Zoom Portable Recorders (H1, H2, H2n, H4n)

For a long time now, Zoom has produced a wide product line of recorders which are nearly perfect for podcasters and other New media producers. Whether you go with the entry-level Zoom H1 or up the product line to the Zoom H4, you will find high quality recording capabilities with a wide variety of options in mounting, microphones and file formats. All record to some form of SD card for expandable and replaceable storage so recording everything from an hour long interview to short scenes for your next film are quick and easy.


More 2012 Gift Guide Items:

  1. Do the Work by Steven Pressfield
  2. Bulb Planting Tools
  3. Blue Snowball Microphone
  4. Seagate Backup Plus 500 GB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive
  5. Logitech C920 HD Web Cam
  6. We Are All Weird by Seth Godin
  7. Sunset Western Garden Book – New Edition for 2012
  8. The Hobbit/The Lord of the Rings
  9. Garden Mysteries by Anthony Eglin
  10. The Creative Habit/The Collaborative Habit by Twyla Tharp
  11. Moleskeine Journals
  12. Pat Welsh’s Southern California Organic Gardening (3rd Edition): Month by Month
  13. Podcasting for Dummies/Expert Podcasting Practices for Dummies
  14. Wacom Bamboo Splash Pen Tablet
  15. Radical Careering by Sally Hogshead
  16. The $64 Tomato
  17. Blue Yeti Microphone
  18. BioLite CampStove/HomeStove
  19. Getting Things Done by David Allen
  20. The Curious Gardener
  21. Anything You Want by Derek Sivers
  22. GoPro HD HERO 3
  23. Flower Confidential by Amy Stewart
  24. The Starfish and the Spider by Orj Brafman and Rod A. Beckstrom
  25. Microphone Boom Arms
  26. The Information by James Gleick
  27. Handy Farm Devices And How To Make Them (1909)
  28. Zarrella’s Hierarchy of Contagiousness: The Science, Design, and Engineering of Contagious Ideas
  29. Apple iPhone 5
  30. Ignore Everybody and 39 Other Keys to Creativity by Hugh MacLeod
  31. Killer Ratings by Lisa Seidman
  32. Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It by Karen Solomon

Filed under: Hardware, Music, New Media, podcasting, Technology

Welcome Indiegrll 2009 Attendees!


Welcome Indiegrll 2009 Attendees to New Media Interchange – Bringing the Power of New Media to Everyone!

This week, Toni Koch of TKPromo introduced the Indiegrll conference to New Media Interchange and its mission to help everyone benefit from New Media tools.

Please let me know your questions or comments via comments here on the blog,  email to or posts on the New Media Interchange Community site.

Filed under: Events, Music, Nashville

News: From A Weekend Musician, To Making $4.2 Million… By Giving Music Away Free

An interesting article on how direct connection with their audience has turned into an amazing money-maker for one musician.

From A Weekend Musician, To Making $4.2 Million… By Giving Music Away Free

Here’s yet another one for the books to respond to those who claim that music giveaways only work for “big” artists. Corey Smith was a high school teacher, doing weekend music gigs. Then, apparently, his manager had a revelation and started giving all of his music away for free: and last year Corey brought in $4.2 million. And the music industry is complaining that if the government doesn’t step in creative content will cease to exist?

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Filed under: Music, New Media, News

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