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Old 06-28-2020, 07:24 PM
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Default Travelling light – moving from laptop to iPad

“This story will make you rethink your portable rig and what’s possible with iPad recording”

https://www.audiotechnology.com/tutorials/going-further


"Things are stepping up in the world of iOS audio. Greg Simmons updates ‘On The Go’, his story from 2018 about moving from laptop to iPad, with new solutions and new recommendations."
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Default Re: Travelling light – moving from laptop to iPad

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“This story will make you rethink your portable rig and what’s possible with iPad recording”

https://www.audiotechnology.com/tutorials/going-further


"Things are stepping up in the world of iOS audio. Greg Simmons updates ‘On The Go’, his story from 2018 about moving from laptop to iPad, with new solutions and new recommendations."
He doesn't actually record audio to the iPad though. Uses a Nagra field recorder.
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Old 06-29-2020, 07:52 AM
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I used the inverted commas as I was quoting Greg’s copy from the above URL.
The (16/24 bit 192 kHz recording) Nagra 7 is advertised from USD 3,300.00 to USD 4,500.00
https://www.trewaudio.com/product/nagra-seven/
Or you could snap one up for only $10,895 in Australia:
https://audioconnection.com.au/products/1403

https://youtu.be/a5Pe5NcpRYA

https://www.nagraaudio.com/product/nagra-seven-music/


Technical specification
RECORDING
Internal storage: Micro SD Flash memory card
Removable media: SD Flash memorycard
Disk format: FAT 16 / 32
Recording Method: Linear digital PCM, optional:MPEG 1 layer II
File type: 16 / 24 bit Broadcast Wave File BWF (WAV)
A/D & D/A: 24 Bit Sigma Delta
Bit rates: 32 kbits/s up to 384 kbits/sec
Tracks: 2 individual
Sampling Rate: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 and 192kHz
Recording capacity: 1hr at 24 bit 48 kHz per GB of memory
Pre-recording buffer: Programmable
Display: Color LCD touchscreen
Level meters: On colour display

INPUTS
Digital input: XLR 3-pole / AES 42
Analogue inputs: 2 x XLR Microphone (Dynamic, +48V Phantom) / line
Mic. input sensitivity: 2.8, 10 and 40 mV/Pa selectable
Mic. input noise: Uin < 1µV (2.8 and 10 mV) @ 220Ω Uin < 1.6µV (40 mV)
Limiters: On microphone inputs
Line input sensitivity: Adjustable from -6 dBm up to +24 dBm for 0 dBFS recording
THD at 1 kHz: 2.8mV Mic <0.2%, 10mV Mic <0.1%, line <0.1% (measured on AES out)
Frequency response: Mic, 10Hz – 75 kHz (+0 – 3dB), Line 10 Hz – 90 kHz (+0 -1dB) (measured on AES out)
Signal-to-noise ratio: >110 dB ASA “A”
Input level adj. range: 42 dB Mic and from -6 to +24 dB Line
Input filters: LFA
Internal microphone: On the front panel
Crosstalk: Mic >70dB : Line > 110dB

OUTPUTS
Analogue line output: XLR 4.4V max (+15 dBm)
Crosstalk: >110 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio: >100 dB
Digital output: XLR AES-3 (24 bit or 16 bit)
THD+N: <0.004%
Frequency response: 10 Hz – 75 kHz (+0-3dB)
Headphones: Stereo 6.3mm (Ľ”) Jack 50 Ω
Internal speaker: 0.3W

OTHER
USB: Micro AB connector
M/S Decoder: Switchable
Ethernet: RJ 45

GENERAL
Dimensions: 165 x 175 x 65mm (W x H x D) (Incl. battery box)
Weight: 800g (1.75 lbs) (Incl. battery pack)
Power supply: External 15V
Power Consumption: Approximately 5W
Charge time: Approximately 3 hours
Battery life: >5 hours
Relative humidity: From 10% to 99% (non condensing)


https://www.nagraaudio.com/wp-conten...n_EN_V2101.pdf


PS - very happy with my Lenovo laptop – but window-shopping’s still legal, as long as my darling better-half's not watching!
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Did the surprisingly limited/stereo Nagra 7 help Nagra's decline? Is any major pro-audio retailer even selling Nagra stuff anymore in the USA?
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Couldn’t find it here:
http://eatswitzcheese.ca/

Probably prohibited by the Disk format: FAT 16 / 32
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