Lecture Recording for Classrooms

Capturing talkers throughout a large room is a challenging task since sounds from other people in the room, as well as background noise, often obscure the speech.

Usually, several microphones (with associated mixers) are required. The Voice Tracker™ Array Microphone , with scanning unidirectional technology, enables full room coverage with a single microphone. The Voice Tracker™ is the ideal microphone for recording classroom lectures.

The Voice Tracker has been used successfully with classroom recording products, including:

Voice Tracker™ I recording test in a 50 foot room at Towsen University

See: Using Voice Tracker Microphones with TechSmith Relay for Lecture Capture

See: University of Central Florida Uses Acoustic Magic’s Voice Tracker™ Microphones, integrated with Tegrity software for Distance Learning

See: Using Voice Tracker Array Microphones with Tegrity for Classroom Recording

See: White Paper – Using Voice Tracker™ Array Microphone for Lecture Capture

The Voice Tracker™ has been used successfully with classroom recording products, including:

Lecture Capture

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Lecture Recording Using a Single Voice Tracker™ Array Microphone and Echo 360

Distance Learning (Audio and Video conferencing)

The same attributes that make the Voice Tracker™ Array Microphone ideal for meeting recording make it an ideal microphone for distance learning conferencing. It can be used as an auxiliary microphone with expensive conventional conferencing systems, or it can be the main microphone for the coming, desktop based VoIP-based conferencing systems.

See: Lory E. Watkins Uses Acoustic Magic’s Array Microphones at an Educational Web Streaming, Recording, and Teleconferencing Facility for the University of Washington School of Nursing.

The Voice Tracker™ has been used successfully with distance learning recording products, including


Automatic Speech Recognition for Disabled Students

The use of speech recognition SW makes it possible for disabled students to “write”. If they can’t use a headset mic, the Voice Tracker™ Array Microphone; enables high accuracy dictation.

The Voice Tracker™ Array Microphone is so sensitive, and its sound quality is so good, that it provides headset/handheld mic accuracy at ranges of several feet, enabling headset like accuracy without the encumbrance of wearing a headset.

The Voice Tracker™ array microphone has been certified by:


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