Hindenburg Field Recorder is made with radio production in mind. It will work equally well for anyone conducting interviews for podcasts or research.
It’s all about the story.....
Create your interview in three simple steps:
Step 1: Record interview and set markers at points of interest
Step 2: Edit recording with cut, copy, paste and more...
Step 3: Share your interview with attached picture and location
Simply begin recording whenever a story occurs.
Set markers at points of interest in the interview. Markers make it easier to navigate large interviews. Finding those good soundbites can otherwise be a tedious job.
Add additional recordings to your session. This could be speaks or background sounds and more.
Hindenburg Field Recorder has all the editing features needed for creating a radio interview.
The interface is kept simple and uncluttered. But there is more to it than meets the eye.
* Non-destructive editing with full undo/redo.
* Cut, copy, paste, insert, break, clear, move, trim and change volume of regions
* Adjust playback position with audible scrub
* Rehearse edit or play selection
* Add fade in and fade out or create cross-fades between regions
* Create, delete and rename markers, jump between markers
* Copy and paste audio between sessions
* Add jingles or sound bites from the favorites clipboard.
* Use the built in compressor/limiter to increase overall volume.
To find out more check the support URL where you will find a download link to the the PDF guide.
There are five ways of getting your interviews out of the device.
1. Send to your computer (With Hindenburg Journalist)
2. Send as e-mail
3. Upload to FTP server
4. Share on SoundCloud
5. Share to iTunes
6. Use "Open in..." to share to other apps
Records audio as 16 or 24-bit / 44.1 or 48kHz PCM.
Stereo recording supported with suitable accessories.
Option to monitor with headphones while recording.
Share audio as WAV, AAC, MP2 or ALAC with adjustable compression parameters.
Hindenburg Radio Tools are developed and tested in a collaborations with radio professionals.
* Fixed cases where external microphone did not work
* Fixed session list out of order
* Fixed display when more than 100 markers
* Made it possible to pause recording when using voice over
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This is an ideal field recorder
This is an ideal field recorder. Foolproof recording, and surprisingly robust editing functionality. Direct integration with the desktop app make this a no-brainer.
I wish all apps had this great functional design and power.
OH, THE HUMANITY!!!
(Come on, someone had to say it.)
Hindenburg Field Recorder is what I would consider a perfect app---IF you need what's known in the industry as a "field recorder." See? It's right there in the title of the app: Hindenburg FIELD RECORDER. If you don't know what that is, or if you're trying to edit your latest dubstep download from Pirate Bay (or wherever these young whippersnappers are downloading their sick beats from), then . . . move along. Nothing to see here.
But if you're in need of a kick-a** way to record flawless audio in a streamlined manner with an awesome U/I, and the ability to edit the audio ex post facto (that means "after the fact," by the way), and you have the need for crossfades and all sorts of nifty cool stuff like compression and limiting, then you will not find a better app.
Ever heard the expression: You get what yo pay for?
Some say the expression is merely a cliché, but it's a cliché because it's frickin' true in 90%+ cases. Hindenburg Field Recorder costs $30 because no other audio recording app can touch what it does.
Don't believe me? Download the free version first and check it out. Originally, I downloaded the free version, and within 5 minutes of using it I shelled out $30 for the paid version; I was *that* impressed with it.
That's just my opinion, but I'm sticking to it.
Now buy the app before the zeppelin explodes!
No integration with Journalist
One of the reasons I got this was that it is supposed to work with Journalist Pro. There is not an easy and straightforward means to import directly into Journalist. The import an iOS feature in Journalist does not even work.
The developer, Hindenburg Systems ApS, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
No Details Provided
The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
- Hindenburg Systems ApS
- 3.2 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Hindenburg Systems ApS.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.