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Re: Regarding taping sessions... muffled

Posted by zenhussy on September 8, 2007, at 0:11:56

In reply to Regarding taping sessions..., posted by muffled on September 7, 2007, at 21:58:35

>>> So what are others opinion/experience of taping sessions?
Was it useful? <<<

have utilized a mp3 player/recorder for this purpose. purchased w/ idea of using in therapy for hard to remember things. in specific for therapist to leave messages on to help between sessions or during long holiday breaks.

therapist has been great about using it as an additional tool in our therapy. downside of this mp3 player's 512MB size is that it's hard to really know when to start taping since not enough memory to catch full session.

wish could afford 1GB or more mp3 player/recorder but happy to have ability to make oral notes and catch important things that are darn near impossible to write down while flowing through dissociative states. knowwhatwemean?

the quality of the recordings is much better if you buy just a digital recorder made for the purpose. the multi function of a player/recorder made our purchase justifiable (it was really cheap at electronic box store). would have splurged for nice digi recorder w/ big ol 2GB memory and space for upgradable memory if money grew on trees! perhaps someday as school slips back in to life....




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