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iPhone recording w/toggle
« on: May 14, 2018, 11:45:42 PM »
I was in Chicago for a work conference with my wife back in February and it turned out that on a  free night one of our favorite artists performed at a great venue in Chicago. I had two iPhones and none of my actual taping gear. So, I used the headphones for my iPhone 10 to use as a microphone and I used an 8+ to try to record an ALD I got from the venue. Obviously, Apple got a way from the headphone standard jack so I had to use the lightning port toggle > stereo input. However, that would not pick up any signal (going into the phone, worked fine otherwise). So, I was unable to get the source using the toggle to record any input. I checked the settings numerous times and could not get anything.

I have read that some tapers have been able to record analog into the toggle/lightning port... how and what program did you use to do it? Thank you.
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Re: iPhone recording w/toggle
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2018, 08:38:35 PM »
I’m not understanding exactly what you did, but I found online that the lightning > stereo adaptor only recognizes mics if the adaptor is connected to the mic prior to being plugged into the phone.
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Re: iPhone recording w/toggle
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2018, 08:49:35 PM »


I also don't understand what you did, but the 1/8 inch to lightning adapter in lieu of a headset connector doesn't work for audio input from what I've read (even with TRRS cable), if that's what toggle means...
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Re: iPhone recording w/toggle
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2018, 12:32:41 AM »

This.

This is what my issue was. Hey, thank you. Best.

I’m not understanding exactly what you did, but I found online that the lightning > stereo adaptor only recognizes mics if the adaptor is connected to the mic prior to being plugged into the phone.
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Recorders:
Sony PCM-M1 (Oade Mod II) x 2, Sony PCM-M1 (stock) x 1
Casio DA-R100 (1991 model, only used when able to use DC)
Edirol R-09
Tascam DA-R40
Sony MD RZ700 (retired)
Sharp MD MT-180 (retired)

Microphones:
Nakamichi CM-300, omni (Stealth/non-mod, my father's originals from 1978)
DPA 4061 > MPS6030
Aiwa CM-30
Core Sound Binauarals
Soundman OKMII-R
Marantz EM-8
SEN G2/3
Shure P10R (470-698)
Icom RX7

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Re: iPhone recording w/toggle
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2018, 03:07:24 AM »

This.

This is what my issue was. Hey, thank you. Best.

I’m not understanding exactly what you did, but I found online that the lightning > stereo adaptor only recognizes mics if the adaptor is connected to the mic prior to being plugged into the phone.


 :coolguy:

Next time just Jerry rig a rig with the two iPhone internal mics. :bigsmile:
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