I want to record some of my presentations live in a digital format (presumably MP3) to edit and turn into samples on my web site and potentially cassettes and CDs of the talk for sale. I don’t want to record directly to the notebook computer I’m using (that seems to be a high risk move while presenting). I’ve tried to research some options but have found little that I would consider definitive. At this point, I’m leaning toward the Pogo RipFlash line of MP3 recorders with a high-quality preamped microphone, preferably of the lapel type.
If anyone actually does make recordings of their own speeches for product development or other use, I’d love to hear about your experience and your recommendations. Email me at dmk@denniskennedy.com. I’ll post whatever helpful information I learn on this blog.