Until a few years ago, the only ones to use a miniature audio recorder, of the kind with micro cassette tapes, were journalists, and many times we happened to see one only on television during an interview with a politician, a celebrity or a sportsman.
Nowadays, not only audio cassettes, but also compact discs, are obsolete audio media, and have been replaced by digital media and memory cards which provide for a much larger storage space and ease of use, all this teamed up with a much smaller encumbrance.
Thanks to this, the world of audio recording as we know it today is totally different than it was a few years ago.
Now, with devices that are small but highly powerful, yet flexible and very easy to use, the ones that use a digital voice recorder are no longer only journalists, but many other types of professionals: managers may want to use it to record an important meeting in the office; students can take notes in audio format, or simply record their teachers during a lecture; private detectives and police officers, thanks to a digital recorder which comes in microscopic size, are able to gather evidence against a criminal or an unfaithful spouse, and use them as decisive evidence before a court of law.
These of course are just a few examples, but the bottom line is that digital technology of the twenty-first century is now present in many fields, and if used in the right way, may prove useful not only at work, but also in leisurely opportunities.
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