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Re: Re: one of first recordings w/WL183s

Subject: Re: Re: one of first recordings w/WL183s
From: Debbi B <>
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2005 17:38:38 -0700
There were other smaller fumaroles to the left, and when I looked through
my close focus binocs at the one I was recording, it looked like mud
splashed on the inside wall. Definitely (sulphuric) steam.

I decided to try the fumarole as it was loud enough to cover any small
sounds I made, plus I didn't have any windscreen besides the foam ones that=

came with them. I notice that either the foam or the vest fabric rubbing is=

making a sound slightly like the crackling of velcro, so I'll have to
figure something out. I didn't have time or supplies to do that before the=


At 03:54 PM 6/29/2005, you wrote:
>Nice fumarole recording Debbi. It sounds like boiling water gushing
>out in front and steam and gasses are bubbling up through a pool and
>hissing from the earth to the left.
>I recently tried my wl-183s shoulder mounted for a bicycle ride up
>some forest roads. My plan was to stop whenever I came across
>interesting sounds and record a little and then move on. The problem
>was my allergy constricted nasal passages were too loud and breathing
>through my mouth was no better. I couldn't hold my breath long enough
>to get much of anything.
>-John Hartog
>--- In  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
> > NP. The fumaroles were the best ones of what I tried to record since
> > was the first time I'd used these (on my shoulders).
> > There's a treefrog in the background. Actually, it sounds like a
> > in a washing machine.
> >
> > Debbi
>"Microphones are not ears,
>Loudspeakers are not birds,
>A listening room is not nature."
>Klas Strandberg
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