Is it possible to record more than 4 tracks on the h4n in MTR mode? I would think bouncing to on mono track would allow you to add 3 more overdubs, bounce again and add 3 more. I have a project due tomorrow that requires 4 violins, 4 violas, 1 piano and 1 vocalist. I cannot get the h4n to open the bounce file nor does it open when I change the name to trk1-00 (the default name for track 1).
First time I have tried to turn on phantom power on this recorder - going to the menu and input, I get the option for +48V or +24V. Selecting 48 causes the thing to shut down. Any idea what is going on?
Theis is without anything plugged in at all.
Hi guys and girls,
I am looking to records some podcasts with my Zoom H4n. I have three XLR mics that I am trying to use.
I have plugged 2 of the mics into the XLR inputs.
For the third mic, I bought a .5mm TRS jack to XLR cable to plug into the back of the Zoom H4n. It records in 4 channel mode.
I am an operatic tenor with a slightly darker sound, and my smart thinking before was to buy a decent priced portable recorder to do all my work for me, which was the Zoom H4N. Even at that, I don't know how to use it to its fullest capacity.
Im Using Zoom H4n as a USB interface.
I plugin two SM58 Mics in the two bottom inputs, and get sound from Input 1 on the left channel and Input 2 on the right channel. I'm trying really hard to figure out how to get sound from both inputs to come out of both channels.
I got one of these puppies a while back from my brother, and had been too busy to use it. Now, I'm trying to get it going with my MacBook so I can download and edit the audio files I've recorded.
I installed the version of Cubase that comes along with the device, but it's telling me that it's expired, and will not allow me to use it.