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  • The equipment used to record an interview. It may be in analog or digital format and is either audio or video. The use of broadcast-quality equipment and an external microphone are highly recommended. For a more detailed discussion, see Section 5.
  • recorder: equipment for making records
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  • a person engaged in one of the learned professions
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  • Of, relating to, or connected with a profession
  • Having or showing the skill appropriate to a professional person; competent or skillful
  • an athlete who plays for pay
  • Regulate the tone quality of (organ pipes)
  • Utter (a speech sound) with resonance of the vocal cords (e.g., b, d, g, v, z)
  • the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech; "A shrill voice sounded behind us"
  • Express (something) in words
  • give voice to; "He voiced his concern"
  • the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract; "a singer takes good care of his voice"; "the giraffe cannot make any vocalizations"
professional voice recording equipment - Samson SAC01UPAK
Samson SAC01UPAK USB Microphone and Podcast Package
Samson SAC01UPAK USB Microphone and Podcast Package
Record studio quality audio directly into your computer’s USB input and digital recording software with the Samson C01U! Some very clever Samson engineers managed to build the entire USB audio interface into the barrel of their best selling C01 Studio Condenser microphone. For the first time ever, musicians who record music on computers have a simple, affordable way to capture high-quality vocal and acoustic instrument performances. Seamless integration was the idea, and it was obtained by creating a studio condenser microphone that can be plugged into any computer with no in/out boxes, no expensive computer pre-amps, just a USB cable (includes 10 foot cable). The C01U condenser microphone features a 19mm internal shock mounted diaphragm with a cardioid pick up pattern ensuring pristine studio quality recordings. The C01U works perfectly on any computer, Mac or PC, and with any DAW software program. It immediately solves a huge problem for users of many laptops, many of which have no other input method for audio devices. It’s a must for any musician on the road or in the project studio, but the C01U is going to offer solutions to more than just musicians. The mic opens up possibilities for anyone who records audio—from Podcasters, journalists, students, and business people adding audio files to websites and multimedia presentations. The C01U comes bundled with Cakewalk Sonar LE, their vastly popular digital audio workstation software, giving users additional power and versatility to digitally record audio in any situation. Also available as a package which comes with a desktop mic stand, mic clip, shockmount and USB cable in a durable, lightweight aluminum case.

The C01U USB Studio Condenser Mic is an affordable studio condenser mic with a USB interface, offering musicians who record music on computers a simple, affordable way to capture high-quality vocal and acoustic instrument performances.

An affordable studio condenser mic with a USB interface. Click to enlarge.

View frequency response and polar pattern. Click to enlarge.

Samson's downloadable SoftPre gives you extra software controls.
The C01U condenser microphone is based on Samson's wildly successful C01. It features a 19mm internal shockmounted diaphragm with a cardioid pickup pattern ensuring pristine, studio-quality recordings.
The C01U works perfectly on any computer, Mac or PC, and with any DAW software program. It immediately solves a huge problem for users of many laptops, many of which have no other input method for audio devices. Record straight away, without the need for in/out boxes, expensive preamps--just a USB cable.
The C01U is ideal for most anyone who records audio--from podcasters, journalists and students to business people adding audio files to websites and multimedia presentations.
Samson SoftPre
The Samson C03U is designed to be fully functional without installing additional drivers. But for those who would like a little something extra, Samson offers its downloadable SoftPre software applet, which gives you an Input Level Meter, Volume control, High-pass filter and Phase Switch, for Mac or Windows.
C01 Specifications

Frequency response: 20 - 18,000 HZ
Polar pattern: Hyper-cardioid
Element type: Electret condenser
Diaphragm thickness: 3 microns
SPL: 136 dB
Weight: 1.06 lbs. (.48 kg)
Dimensions: 7 x 2.125 x 2.125 inches (180 x 54 x 54 mm)
What's in the Box
C01 Microphone, Swivel Stand Mount, 10-Foot USB Cable

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Patrick Swayze (1952 - 2009)
Patrick Swayze (1952 - 2009)
Patrick Swayze US dancer who turned to acting and became a Hollywood star with the hit romance movies Dirty Dancing and Ghost Patrick Swayze was in his mid-thirties when he became an overnight sensation in 1987 with the romantic dance movie Dirty Dancing, in which he played the dance instructor Johnny Castle, and Jennifer Grey was his pupil Baby. The film cost $US5 million and was intended primarily for video, but it grossed more than $200 million worldwide and was one of the biggest hits of the year. Swayze came from a dance background himself, though by the time he made the film his dancing career was almost over. He was afflicted with an old injury and needed further surgery during shooting. His physical problems and advancing years had motivated him to attempt to expand himself as an actor, and he had already appeared as part of Francis Ford Coppola’s Brat Pack ensemble in The Outsiders (1983), along with Matt Dillon, Rob Lowe and Tom Cruise, though Swayze was rather elderly for the label brat. On the back of Dirty Dancing he was not short of offers for other starring roles. He made a couple of films that suggested he might slip back into obscurity as quickly as he had emerged from it. Then came his second blockbuster hit, the weepie romantic drama Ghost (1990), which was an even bigger hit than Dirty Dancing. Swayze was briefly ranked among Hollywood’s most bankable stars and was acclaimed in People magazine in the US as the sexiest man in the world. Ghost was a cinema landmark, regularly included in polls of the most romantic films ever. Swayze, the hunky Texan good ole boy, played a New York banker, who dies and comes back as the ghost of the title eponymous spirit. The scene in which his former lover, played by Demi Moore, feels his presence while making a clay pot, with Unchained Melody dipping and soaring on the soundtrack, was one of the most memorable (and, in time, mocked) cinema moments of the decade. Swayze’s character in Ghost seemed to crystallise the contradictions between Swayze, the American footballer and ballet dancer, tough but sensitive, hell raiser and loyal mate. And commentators might argue that Swayze himself embodied the contradictions within modern American man, torn between traditional macho values and his place in a new world and new gender politics. Swayze struggled with celebrity and with alcoholism. He tried determinedly to move on from the image of beefcake in a vest, appearing in several independent movies and notably exploiting and undermining his good looks and healthy image as a charming self-help guru, with a hidden stash of child porn, in the cult classic Donnie Darko (2001). There were well-publicised incidents to underline his personal difficulties and setbacks, including one bizarre escapade in which he landed, and parked, his light aircraft in a housing development in Arizona, after it seemingly developed a fault. There were suggestions that he was drunk, but his erratic behaviour was attributed to the fearsome experience and the sudden descent. He remained married to his Texan teenage sweetheart and they worked together and lived together on a spread called Rancho Bizarro, 30 miles outside Los Angeles, surrounded by horses, chickens and hi-tech recording equipment. Patrick Wayne Swayze was born in Houston, Texas, in 1952, one of four children. His mother, Patsy Swayze was a successful choreographer and ran a ballet school, and his brother Don would also become an actor. He studied ballet from an early age but also excelled at sports and went to San Jacinto College, Houston, on a sports scholarship. He was an accomplished gymnast, diver, athlete and American footballer, though football was responsible for the lingering knee injury that cut short his dancing career. One of his first professional dancing and acting jobs was as Prince Charming in a Disney parade, which toured North and Central America. He attended Harkness and Joffrey ballet schools in New York, was principal dancer with the Eliot Feld company and appeared on Broadway with Joel Grey (Jennifer’s father) in the musical Goodtime Charley in 1975. That same year he married Lisa Niemi, whom he met when she was a 15-year-old dance student at his mother’s school. He joined the long-running Broadway production of Grease in the lead role of Danny Zuko and made his film debut in 1979 in the roller-disco movie Shakedown, USA. He played a soldier dying of leukaemia in an episode of M*A*S*H in 1981 and began appearing fairly regularly in films, including The Outsiders, Uncommon Valor (1983), Grandview, USA (1984), on which he was also choreographer, and the silly Red Dawn (1984), in which the Soviets invade America, but a group of small-town teenagers reckon they can take them on. It was a starring role as a Confederate officer in the Civil War mini-series North and South (1985) that established him as a dashing leading man, who could appeal to both men and women. Dirty Dancing accelerated
28th March 2009, Pre-G20 Demonstrations, London
28th March 2009, Pre-G20 Demonstrations, London
Police officers spend their professional lives trying to play down the public order implications of demonstrations - it's in their interests to keep things calm But the enormous logistical challenges of providing the world's leaders with security, amid widespread expectation of substantial protests, has led the capital's top officers to issue exceptional warnings about this week's G20 meeting in London. Last week, Commander Simon O'Brien, one of the senior officers involved in planning the events, said the capital was about to see an "almost unprecedented level of activity" with seven officially notified demonstrations - and potentially many more they don't know about. It's little wonder that Scotland Yard is describing the G20 policing plan as one of the largest, most challenging and complicated public order operations it has ever devised. If anyone wants to come to London to engage in crime or disorder, they will be met with a swift and efficient policing response Commander Simon O'Brien Metropolitan Police Events begin on Monday with the three-day state visit to the UK by the President of Mexico. At the same time, thousands of officials from the other G20 delegations will be arriving in London. On Wednesday, large "direct action" events are predicted in the Square Mile (although by no means guaranteed) in the shape of the over-lapping "Fossil and Financial Fools Day" protests and the "G20 Meltdown". At the same time the seemingly well-resourced Climate Camp group says its supporters will try to build a tent city in the middle of one of London's busiest roads to protest against the carbon trading market. Meanwhile, a couple of miles away, the Stop the War coalition will march from the US Embassy to Trafalgar Square. And then as evening approaches, there's the small matter of Wembley turning on the floodlights for England's World Cup qualifier against Ukraine. As for Thursday, the day of the G20 itself, all police can honestly say at the moment is that the picture is "still emerging". And did we mention that London is a city where there might be a few people trying to get to work and back? So when officers describe this coming week as a "fluid and dynamic situation", that's something of an understatement. Click here for a map of expected protests The security strategy for all of this boils down to something that resembles a three-dimensional ever-changing puzzle. The Met needs to be prepared for a virtually unlimited number of scenarios. Some 84,000 police man-hours have been allocated to the entirety of Operation Glencoe, the G20 security strategy. All police leave has been cancelled in London for Wednesday and Thursday. OFFICIAL ADVICE TO CITY FIRMS Cancel meetings No entry without ID Check ID outside buildings first Minimise entry and exits Review external smoking areas Check CCTV equipment Don't antagonise protesters Source: City of London Police Six police forces are part of the ?7.5m security plan. The Metropolitan Police is naturally leading - but also calling in colleagues from the City of London and British Transport Police. Outside of the M25 motorway, officers from Bedfordshire, Essex and Sussex will have critical roles in securing the arrival and transfer of delegations to their virtual bunkers in embassies and hotels. Don't expect to see President Barack Obama waving from his bomb-proof limousine; he'll walk down the steps of Airforce One at Stansted Airport and board his presidential helicopter for the short hop to the West End. Inside the capital, police will co-ordinate the movement of these entourages and create a sterile environment at the Excel centre, base for the talks in East London's Canning Town. The security arrangements at Excel are so rigorous that Newham Council is warning some residents will find it difficult to get into their own homes. Three Docklands Light Railway stations will close, along with the roads nearest the centre. Pedestrian access will be severely limited and residents will need to carry two forms of identification. Old faces Police intelligence suggests the return of "some old faces" to the protest scene - although officers will not be drawn publicly on what that means. G20 Meltdown poster Police want "dialogue" with groups planning demonstrations The level of activity on the net, and its style, suggests a re-emergence of groups which share the aims and tactics of some of the anti-globalisation protesters who turned to violence in 2000 and 2001. While the Met has tried-and-tested tactics to deal with violence, its strategy for the street occupation promised by the Climate Camp is more difficult to call. Scotland Yard will not be drawn on how it will respond if the camp turns into something significant, other than its commanders have "flexible plans". It admits that its overall plans are being informed by the wealth of information now being p

professional voice recording equipment
professional voice recording equipment
TASCAM DR-07MKII 7.95-Inch Portable Digital Recorder
TASCAM's DR-07mkII improves on one of the best-selling portable recorders ever with adjustable microphones, clear sound quality and a great new design. The stereo recorder features a pair of adjustable condenser microphones. The built-in cardioid pattern mics can be moved from an XY position, for tight imaging, to an AB position, for a wider ambient sound. Choose the best sound depending on the source and environment. Superior Sound Quality. The DR-07mkII records to microSD or microSDHC media, recording in MP3 or WAV (BWF) file format at up to 96kHz/24-bit resolution. The Level Align function prevents uneven volume levels during playback through the 1/8 Inches headphone output or built-in speaker. Variable-Speed Audition - which changes playback speed without affecting pitch - and looping are also available during playback for transcription or learning new music. 17.5 hours of longer battery life at 44.1kHz/16-bit, WAV (BWF) is long enough for any recording situation. Advanced Recording Features The Peak reduction function sets the optimum recording level even in recording to avoid the over level. Quick Menu selects commonly used parameters in playback or record like auto level setting or limiting, while deeper settings are available through a full-featured setup menu. Other DR-07mkII features include Overdub mode, which records over your previous take but keeps a copy of the original. The portable recorder also includes Auto Record and Auto Mark settings for hands-off operation. A reverb effect is also provided to give your recordings that mastered polish. Getting great-quality stereo recordings has never been easier than TASCAM'sDR-07mkII.

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