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Re: one of first recordings w/WL183s

Subject: Re: one of first recordings w/WL183s
From: "jungletrecker" <>
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 10:15:34 -0000
I like that Rob...

...and to think I was feeling guilty about fishing instead of
recording up in the vicinity of Mt. Lassen all these years...
perhaps my fly-rod could come in handy on such a recording trip...


--- In  Rob Danielson <> wrote:
> When a rare opportunity presents itself, I MAKE MYSELF figure out at
> least six very different ways to mic it.  I haven't learned my trade
> because the least promising solution is still often the best. Forces
> me to try things like dangling the caps from couple of skinny
> branches or fishing rod tips. Rob D.
> At 10:55 PM -0700 6/28/05, Debbi B wrote:
> >  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:
> <snip>
> >   How far were you from
> >  >the action? . Rob D.
> >  >--
> >  >


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