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Re: 5.1 mobile recording

Subject: Re: 5.1 mobile recording
From: "umashankar" umashanks
Date: Mon Dec 17, 2007 11:52 pm ((PST))
i am posting a picture to the group website. the tsb 120 array sounds very =
good, particularly with v ery low level sounds.


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----- Original Message ----
From: Rob Danielson <>
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2007 12:43:42 PM
Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] Re: 5.1 mobile recording

At 8:59 PM -0800 12/13/07, Lou Judson wrote:
>Can you send pictures? If I don't need to take mine apart just to
>look at it, I'd love to see pix of the mic array. Someday maybe do
>what you did - after hearing performance reports!

Scroll down on this page for pictures:

There are also some sample H2, 4 ch recordings on the page.
Rob D.

>On Dec 13, 2007, at 5:18 PM, umashankar wrote:
>i am impressed you could tell the microphone angles! in fact the
>front pair are about 60 degrees, facing each other.
>i have just taken apart my brand new zoom H 2 after about five
>minutes of recording. the aim is to remove those microphones (which
>are actually quite interesting) and replace them with four tsb 120s
>arranged as a soundfield mic, mounted on a stem coming out of the
>zoom. i will have then the world's cheapest high quality sound field
>system (200 dollars + 4 * 20 dollars). the zoom can be mounted on a
>stand, it probably can even be put at the focus of a telinga. think
>of it as a mic rather than a recorder.


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