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Re: quiet spaces

Subject: Re: quiet spaces
From: "Bernie Krause" bigchirp1
Date: Wed Dec 5, 2007 11:03 am ((PST))
You might have some luck early AM or late PM in Amagansett, Jeremy.  
The East Coast is particularly tough with all the aircraft issues.  
But maybe...
I've had some luck, there. Also check out some of the other wildlife  
refuges on LI. The further out the luckier you may be.

Bernie Krause

On Dec 5, 2007, at 10:49 AM, therebesandinmypants wrote:

> hello again all
> i'm on a project now and i need to record some quiet ambience
> tracks [fields, forests, etc]. problem is, i'm in nyc which is one of
> the loudest places i've ever lived.
> i've rented cars and gone upstate, gone to jersey, and headed south
> but i cannot seem to escape the ever-present drone of distant traffic.
> are there any places in this north east region that someone can
> recommend? anyplace within, say, within 8 hours of nyc?
> is there a google map or google earth project that shows quiet areas?
> if not, does anyone know how to make one?
> as a general rule, how far should one be from a highway to avoid
> traffic? 1 mile? 2?
> cheers
> jeremy

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