Hi Shane,I personally recommend the Edirol R09. It has quite a high price tag, but I've used it to record all sorts - interviews (both in quiet and noisy environments), described mobility routes to various places, recording choir practices and church services, and even to give people vertual toures of organs and pianos!
I used it to record the sight village interviews on Main Menu ( http://mainmenu.acbradio.org ) and some of the seminars on the T&T Consultancy 'blog ( http://tandtconsultancy.wordpress.com ). Matthew----- Original Message ----- From: "Shane D" <chatter8712@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 5:57 PM Subject: Portable Recorders
Hello All, I am a blind podcaster and internet radio host. I would like to purchase a descent portable recorder to use for recording podcasts and radio interviews. I do not have enough vision to opperate a screne well. I am wondering what kind of recorders you guys use. Thanks,- Shane