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Subject: outback victoria recording
From: "Paul Jacobson" thebrunswicktwitcher
Date: Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:42 am ((PDT))

Just back from a trip to outback Victoria and SW New South Wales.  
Unfortunately the weather wasn't too kind and I only managed a few  
short recordings that weren't dominated by wind noise.

The recordings were done with a "Curt Clone" stereo rig based on the  
last rig on Curt Olson's Stereo Rigs page.

I'd only managed to get the rig finished the evening before I left  
and the wind protection - foam and stretch polar fleece -  was a bit  
too minimal for the conditions. I'll definitely rig up something more  
suitable before the next outing!!

The recording was made with a homebuild mic preamp and Sony RH1  

The recording was made on the shore of Lake Mournpall in the Hattah- 
Kulkyne National Park at about 7.00am. 

The recording was clipped by a Little Corella calling from a tree  
directly above the mics at one point, and there are faint sounds of a  
light aircraft towards the end, but I'm pretty happy otherwise:

Species that can be heard include Little Corella, Eurasian Coot,  
Welcome Swallow, Australian Raven, Noisy Miner, Australian Magpie,  
Striated Pardalote...


"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a 
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause

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