WHY RECORD AND DISTRIBUTE YOUR YOGA CLASSES?
iHanuman has a professional recording studio where you are welcome to record and work with our team. We also travel and work on location to RECORD YOUR YOGA CLASS. If you would like iHanuman to record your Yoga Class, please Contact Us for more information.
We ALSO want to empower YOU to record YOUR own classes and DISTRIBUTE them with iHanuman. In an effort to encourage you to create your own yoga media, we offer the following recording equipment recommendations for yoga teachers.
We provide very simple but powerful tools to help you once you've recorded your class. All you have to do is login and upload and our system will take care of making the right format for distribution. Seamlessly, from there it can either be added to our store, our features, or your private account profile.
Studio Sound From This Versatile Recorder!
The Zoom H4n portable recorder makes it easy to capture 4-track studio-grade recordings - anywhere. This next-generation recorder from Zoom is loaded with all the features you need, as well as a bunch of extras, so you'll be ready for nearly any recording situation - the H4n has two onboard stereo condenser microphones, inputs for your own microphones, 50 built-in DSP effects, handy practice tools, and even a built-in speaker. You'll also love the unique Stamina Mode, which doubles your battery life, so you have nearly 11 hours of untethered recording time with your H4n.
Built-in stereo microphones capture a perfect stereo image
Zoom's H4n features two high-quality stereo condenser microphones, arranged in an X/Y pattern. Not only can you just "point and shoot" to capture audio, but because of the special pattern, you'll automatically capture with exceptionally natural depth and accurate imaging. Plus, you can rotate the microphones into two different positions - one that's perfect for up-close miking, and another that sounds amazing when you want to capture a wide sound field, such as a live band performance.
USB Hookup makes transfer of files easy. More Information From Sweetwater Sound...
The Professional's Choice for Challenging Recording Applications
Co-developed with Frontier Systems, the TASCAM HD-P2 portable high-definition Stereo Recorder can capture audio at up to 24-bit resolution and sampling rates of up to 192kHz onto CompactFlash media. The audio files are instantly available for editing or transfer to DAWs through the built-in FireWire connection. As you'd expect for pro applications, the HD-P2 includes high-end features like SMPTE timecode input for synchronization to external devices while in record or playback mode. What's more, it lets you handle those stressful "one-take-only" situations with ease thanks to the large, angled LCD and fast, intuitive user interface. More Information from Sweetwater Sound...
The SM57 has probably recorded 90% of all snare drums and guitar amps in existence! It could be rightly called the "Swiss Army Knife" of modern music. The SM57 is the sound you hear on the radio - it's been used for decades to mic everything from snare drums to guitar amps to vocals, and just about everything else. It's in almost every studio - and on thousands of stages - all over the world!
With its bright, clean sound and carefully contoured presence rise, the SM57 is ideal for live sound reinforcement and recording. It has an extremely effective cardioid pickup pattern which isolates the main sound source while minimizing background noise. More Information from Sweetwater Sound...
Perfect Wireless System For Recording Your Yoga Class!
Sennheiser's EW 112 G3 wireless system gives you everything you need to achieve great-sounding audio during presentations. This system comes with an inconspicuous ME 2 clip-on lavalier microphone that's designed to reproduce speech naturally. What's more, the Sennheiser EW 112 G3 wireless system comes with a bodypack transmitter — with a rechargeable battery — so it's ready to stand up to day-in and day-out use. An easy-to-setup, sturdy rackmountable receiver rounds out the handy Sennheiser EW 112 G3 wireless system.More from Sweetwater Sound...
What are other Yogi's Using?
Elsie has been podcasting and providing live yoga classes for her students since the beginning. She has a sweet style. Elsie created this fabulous silent video on how to set up your recording equipment when recording your yoga class. Enjoy!
Podcast interviews are recorded over the phone and Skype and recorded with Audio Hijack Pro. The audio is then edited in Audacity on an Apple MacBook, and uploaded to Libsyn for hosting.
From Yoga Peeps, "Podcasting, and vidcasting, makes broadcasting radio and television, accessible to all people. Our vision is to bring all of the awesome yoga teachers in the world, to the people. Our hope is that the more people learn about and practice, the more love, and peace will spread. Yoga for the people, by the people…end war, spread love, do yoga."
John records all his classes with an Edirol R-09HR with a customized wireless microphone. John records his classes as mp3s and saves them to his hard drive. Then John sends them to iHanuman for professional mastering and upload to the iHanuman Download Store.
Sara uses the The Zoom h3 Handy Recorder mentioned above and then uses Garage Band to edit her audio. Sara also records and broadcasts regularly on LiveStream.
Lois Steinberg, PhD uses the Roland R-05. She has had to customize a lapel mic so she can wear her recording device while she moves around the room. Listen to Lois' recordings in the iHanuman Download Store.