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AvatarEarlC
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It really depends on the make, model and quality of the unit, Jorge. I have no experience with your model digital voice recorder. They all seem to vary a lot regarding how accurate or well they record. I use the Zoom H2 series standalone digital audio recorders and have NOT had a drifting or sync problem for recordings of more than an hour in length. My Canon camcorders record on MiniDV tape and after digitizing video and ingesting audio from a card reader, I’m good to go short of going into Soundtrack Pro for some sweetening, mostly normalizing. I have had audio sources that drifted every few minutes in the past and had to break out the audio, cut it and shift along the way to sync it up for the full project.

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