Yes, there are many fans of voice-activation for lectures and such .. I am
not among them, for precisely the reasons you discovered. Same holds true
with removing or decreasing pauses when listening to audio files in the Bok
Feel the power...
Wield the magic!...
Gaming at the speed of sound!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Merrill Louise" <merrill.louise@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2006 4:27 AM
Subject: [bct] Re: New Olympus
On voice activation: I accidentally had this option set on an Olympus I use to record my worship gathering--nothing fancy here. I'm leading, not being the audio engineer. Well, for public speaking, I speak slowly and carefully, pausing for emphasis or to let a thought sink in. I usually have over an hour of recording. I had 37 minutes. The recording was unusable because when I paused--or at least the machine thought I paused--it shut off. Then I said the next word. It turned on. What I ended up with was a recording where one word tripped over another and every five to ten words, one was missing. I tracked down the menu I had gotten into by mistake and changed the setting! Voice activation is gone, gone gone. Merrill
Well, all I can tell you for sure is that the company we deal with on our MN
state contract is named Enpointe. I don't have their website handy, but I
am sure you can find them on the web. They say it is due in February, and
we have already asked them to add it to the list of items we will have on
our list of technology that can be ordered for our customers by our
counselors. I certainly can see recommending this recorder as a perfect fit
for people to record their college classes.
----- Original Message ----- From: "beth" <fb-oe@xxxxxxx> To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2006 10:30 AM Subject: [bct] New Olympus
: Hey, David, where would an individual get the new Olympus when it comes out? : Sounds fantastic! Hope someone will demo it on BCT--I'm sure. Beth : :