I have been using a digital recorder for years to interview SMEs, with great success.--
Now, I sometimes have to interview SMEs in a place where there is background noise from several servers. I do not use a microphone, so the recorder now captures all the background machine noise, which makes listening to the recording difficult sometimes.
Can anyone recommend a high-quality clip-on microphone that would not pick up background noise so much?
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