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Re: one of first recordings w/WL183s

Subject: Re: one of first recordings w/WL183s
From: Debbi B <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 22:55:53 -0700
 From the one in front of which I was standing, probably 8' or so. I 
couldn't get any closer because of the short fence that you are warned not 
to go beyond (not that I'd want to). The hole was about eye level.

At 08:15 PM 6/28/2005, you wrote:
>At 2:51 PM -0700 6/28/05, Debbi B wrote:
> >Here's a clip of a fumarole (unedited except to cut the end off where a car
> >went by and fade) that I recorded with my new WL-183s at Lassen Volcanic
> >NP. The fumaroles were the best ones of what I tried to record since this
> >was the first time I'd used these (on my shoulders).
> >There's a treefrog in the background. Actually, it sounds like a treefrog
> >in a washing machine.
> >
> >Debbi
> >
>Had to look that term up,.. Wow!  Good example of 183 bass response
>being a little more contained. That much energy concentrated in low
>end would obscure the high response of my MBHO omni's and I'd guess,
>ME-62's as well.  The upper mid boost of the 183 around 2.5K is
>helping to maintain a sense of scale/depth.  How far were you from
>the action?  Micing even closer would render more bite or "edge" in
>the splashes,..but!%#   Thanks for sharing Debbie. Rob D.
>Rob Danielson
>Film Department
>University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
>"Microphones are not ears,
>Loudspeakers are not birds,
>A listening room is not nature."
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