Spy Gear (personal notation recording)

Jon

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Los Angeles
Hey guys, thanks for chiming in.

I did a few searches but didn't even find a mention.

I'm presently researching digital voice recorders and some Sennheiser clip-on mics. These may or may not be an ideal fit though.
Ultimately, I am piecing together a high sensitivity lapel mic and recorder to capture whispers and mumbles throughout the day. Ideally, I want capabilities to send to voicemail or a more competent service for transcription to text.

First, I need to narrow down product options that are capable of clearly capturing whispers and mumbles from my voice amidst a full range of background noise.

This is what I am searching for suggestions or experiential reflections.
What range of frequencies are whispers and mumbles, and what equipment would best handle this?
 

pcrecord

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Feb 21, 2013
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Quebec, Canada
The problem with low level voices or other sources is that if the level is lower than the ambiant noises, there is no way to seperate/isolate them.
The best solution is proximity. If you have a headset mic, very close to your mouth, the capture has better chance of getting more of your voice than the ambiant noises.
Or you can by a recorder made exactly for transcripts.
Maybe something like this :
http://store.sony.com/voice-recorders/cat-27-catid-All-Voice-Recorders
 
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