I need a portable recording device for some light foley work where I would need to be outdoors or mobile. Sounds include banging and slamming sounds that would be dangerous to record indoors, ambient sounds like nature, rain, or speech in a social setting, and the sound of wind rushing. The wind sound is of particular importance as it needs to be sustained and would be difficult to fake, I think I would need to hold the recorder out of the car window while driving on the highway and hope to not pick up too much engine noise to achieve the desired sound. Maybe I'll have to turn the engine off to get a clean capture? I may also have to foley metal crushing sounds, simulating like a car crash, I was thinking I could crush a soda can or two and then slow it down or pitch it and see what happens. Maybe drop a heavy pan and mix it in as well? Maybe if I'm careless during the wind recording session, I won't have much simulating to do... Also I need to foley a convincing heartbeat sound, or record an actual heartbeat. Enough said. Anyway, so I need a recorder for mobile foley work, and some foley tips if you have the means to share them. I don't know much about portable recorders, would something like the well-liked H4N recorder suit my needs? How easy it is to import high quality recordings to a DAW from something like the H4N?