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Re: Insects

Subject: Re: Insects
From: "Danny Meltzer" dannymeltzer
Date: Tue Dec 4, 2007 11:19 pm ((PST))
Nicely done.  I agree that Lang's book is the gold standard.  Amazing. 

The mosquitoes at the end brought back some terrible memories from one
late summer dawn that Greg Weddig and I spent in the marshes of
southern Delaware.  Greg had wisely brought his net hat.  For whatever
reason I was the most delicious thing to ever walk through that area.
 I came out with many hundreds if not thousands of bites.  I was a
swollen mess for many, many days after.  I think I was in semi-shock.
 I hope they enjoyed the buffet.

What do you guys use to keep the mosquitoes from banging into the
Rycote/Windpac, etc?  It sure can ruin some good recordings.  I am
hesitant to spray anything onto my Windpac.


--- In  Martyn Stewart <> wrote:
> Here is a wee podcast i put together of some of the places i have  
> visited that includes insect recordings. In nearly every recording i  
> have over 35 years i have recorded insects, with them they make the  
> sounds warm and vibrant but bloody hell do they bite! These are some  
> recordings from the Americas ending up at Katmai NP via Australia,  
> Thailand, Nepal and Africa..........
> Enjoy.....
> It will also be available on the podcast page on my site shortly...
> Martyn
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