I've been doing phone interviews for ages, generally by using the
phone's built-in speaker and a recorder. Pretty low-tech, but
effective. Right now, I'm using a Sony ICD-ST10 digital recorder
(about a hundred bucks). It makes fine electronic files and lets me
even add cueing marks so I can note when the respondent says
something particularly useful.
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Subject: RE: [Sigia-l] recording devices
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 11:17:28 -0400
>I have a consulting project where I'm going to be conducting a
>interviews via telephone and I'd like to be able to record the
>calls. In the
>past recording calls has been an option through the telephone
>service of the
>company I worked with but now I am doing this project as a solo
>so it appears that I'm going to need to invest in some kind of call
>recording device and/or digital voice recorder. (I definitely want
>able to have the interviews as MP3 files as opposed to dealing with
>tapes of any kind.) I'm wondering if others out there have
>this and could point me to (or away from) any specific devices.
>say, I'm hoping to keep the budget as lean as possible while still
>relatively clear recordings.)
>Samantha Bailey | samantha_at_baileysorts.com | http://baileysorts.com
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