Re: a present for Walt
"Rich Peet" <>
Wed, 04 Jun 2003 19:52:06 -0000
Finding great fun in joining in on the concept...
Linked is a 1.7 meg wave as even my best mp3 coder slaughtered this
file. I ended up chopping the top of the tones by downsampling but
it sounded better than any of my mp3 options.
This is our most rare frog in MN recorded yesterday at the last known
pond they exsist in the state. It is the best natural castinets out
there. I will have to return at night because during the day they
were only being triggered to song by jet flyovers. Recorded at 4'.
--- In Dan Dugan <> wrote:
> Hey, Walt, I recorded a beautiful chorus of your favorite animal:
> The "French Gulch Hotel Frogs" file. Sorry, it's 5MB, but it's an
> uninterrupted chorus with a beginning and an end. Great
> There's a car pass near the beginning, and in the quiet at the
> beginning and end you can hear the hotel kitchen fan on the right.
> Recorded with Shure WL-183 omnis mounted on shoulder pads into a
> What's the species, Walt? Sierra foothills a couple of miles north
> Whiskeytown Lake in Northern California.
> -Dan Dugan
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