Originally posted by JRlovesU2:Maybe Stu should stand next to the PA, and plug his mp3-player directly into a soundboard-headphone-exit? When no-one is looking?
 And then share it with us, of course
Originally posted by yeah:Why so pissed?
I gave him the best hint I see under these circumstances - not to bother recording the show with a gear like that and ruining the concert experience while hoping to get a decent recording. That's all. No hard feelings
I'd be interested to know the phone and to hear a sample, though. Maybe I missed an easy and cheap way to tape.
Originally posted by Stu:[..]
Haha, yeah maybe i should do that...i do have a Shure professional mic, but plugging that to the iRiver is a little hard to do unfortunatly..lol
Originally posted by LikeASong:So what, Stu? Did you eventually record it?
Originally posted by LikeASong:Like
allmost of the voice mics, the Shure's have a standard 1/4'' jack connector. You only need one of these
which are sold under 5$ in order to convert it into a standard 3'5 jack. Easy deal.
Originally posted by LikeASong:I don't like the every-single-second-photographing that much, a concert should be watched and lived through your eyes, not through a camera lens/screen. But to each their own, photos are beautiful mementos too, I understand you
EDIT: Oh, fuck, you're right. Mics have a canon plug, not a jack! What I was thinking of?! But I have a few canon>1/8 jack converters (with which I plug my mics to the voice amp I use), though, maybe that's why I confused them.