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post #226 of 229

Ok - I just got a M10 and this memory card (samsung evo sdxc - http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Electronics-Adapter-MB-MP64DA-AM/dp/B00IVPU7AO/ref=pd_cp_pc_2)

 

Can I just drop the card in my macbook pro (2013) - format it as "MS file system" and use it in the recorder?  It would seem that is implied at the end of this thread or do I need to us a specialized format utility.  I used to us my d100 a lot and am running HEBs (DPA 4061???- they are about 12 years old) with the battery box into line in set at low/no limiter/no LPF/24bit48K.  I'll be taping either front of stage or at the stacks for best sound/least crowd noise. 

 

I can't do a test run with this at a real show as the concert is tomorrow nite, I'm anal, and want to make sure everything is set-up as completely as possible.

 

Thanks in advance,

Will

post #227 of 229

I don't know Macs well enough to answer your question, but basically, you want to make sure that it's formatted as a FAT32 file system.  

 

Here you go - I just found this link:  http://www.hgst.com/support/faqs/how-format-my-drive-use-windows-and-mac-fat32

 

It seems you were on the right path...

 

Mike

post #228 of 229

Hey, this thing sounds amazing with the AKG K812 pro headphones.

post #229 of 229

^  I'm happy for you!  Try the Line Out to a good portable headphone amp and you'll go to a whole new level of satisfaction.

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