Ok well i recorded a video of me singing lol but the sound didn't work @ all can anyone help me with this issue of mine lol and i did try the sound setting but there is none for voice unless im jus an idiot n can't see it anyways i did try RESETING the camera and it still hasn't worked can someone plz help me again with this lol....
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Much depends on the sort of quality you need and the duration of the performance.
Smartphones, tablets, digital memo recorders and suchlike are capable of recording but due to the size the quality isn't great and in some cases the duration they are capable of would be limited.
Whatever system you choose will provide a problem because recording the choir will be relatively easy but recording you singing with the choir will be more difficult. A microphone would need to be carefully placed on a stand close to you perhaps or you would need to hold it or you could stand apart from the choir.
The logistics will be for you to sort out with the choirmaster and the other members...
The device is another matter. The simplest would be a quality cassette type tape recorder. These have been obsolete for years but there is still quite a few around. Even better would be an old reel-to-reel tape recorder but those are now few and far between. The advantage of these are they just need loading with tape and switching on...
Some video cameras have amazing stereo sound and in particular the VHS video camera/recorder. Other cameras have sound capability and sometimes it is very good so they are another option....
Perhaps the best option for these modern times would be a half-decent laptop computer loaded with recording software. There are many programmes available and some are free and some will turn the laptop into a virtual recording studio. Goldwave is free, and very stable and reliable but it can be tricky to make it work. Add a compatible microphone and you are all set. The better the quality of microphone the better the results will be.
Welcome to Fixya. All digitals camera has a features of video recordings, however they have the difference when you try to review or watch it thru the camera itself. I have the same camera as yours, First I thought that my camera was damaged because I don't hear any sounds at all when I'm trying to view/watch my brother's gradustion day. When I try to transfer all the data on my computer, thinking that trying to re-format the camera will be the resolution for my issue to hear the sounds of my recordings. While listening to a music while reviewing my pictures on the computer, I heard a different sounds, then when I try to pause my music, I'm happy to hear that its my brother's video on his graduation.
The answer to your question if your going to upload your video on your computer, YES! you can hear the sounds of your recordings thru your computer.
Go to Control Panel and Click on Sounds,
Click on Audio, then Click on the Microphone. Then Click on
the drop down and select Camera Microphone.
Click OK and it should work.
Hope this helps. B
Go to Control Panel and Click on Sounds, Click
on Audio, then Click on the Microphone. Then Click on the drop
down and select Camera Microphone.
Click OK and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
i bought et18k. just the same as yours.its 2 days old and has the same
problem. the technical assistant says that its because of the digital
setting that new tvs have. there are two ways to solve this though:
connect the video (yellow plug) to the tv. and the other two plugs
(yellow and white) to the stereo. when i say stereo, its not the dvd
home theater system that you have but a separate one. if you connect it
to the home theater that you have, it'll just sound the same, you still
have the delay.
2. connect the magic sing to the older tvs hangin out. and you'll get no problem at all.
such as sony, samsung, philips, sharp and all plasma tvs including
other newly designed tvs will have the delay since they all share the
HDMI thingy that causes sh*t.