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Re: Spaces with unusual acoustics, long reverb, echo's etc.

Subject: Re: Spaces with unusual acoustics, long reverb, echo's etc.
From: "Syd Curtis"
Date: Mon Dec 31, 2007 3:15 am ((PST))
Unpredictable, alas, but most impressive when it happens:

A very enjoyable long-distance walk in Tasmania (Australia) is the Overland
Track - from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair.  A comfortable five-day hike.
There's a hut at the northern end of the Lake, and one time that I spent the
night there, there was an electrical storm.  High vertical cliffs on both
sides of the valley, and the thunder echoed back and forth, taking about 40
seconds to die away completely.  Fantastic!

No recording alas.  Well before there were recorders small and light enough
to carry along with camping gear and five days food.



> From: Lou Judson <>
> Reply-To: 
> Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2007 10:41:30 -0800
> To: 
> Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] Re: Spaces with unusual acoustics, long
> reverb, echo's etc.
> Now, the place that got me interested in recording was being in
> Moraine Park in Rocky Mountain National Park with the Elk bugling
> echoing off the surrounding mountains.  You close your eyes and you
> can feel the immensity of space as the plaintive calls echo through
> the valley.  I could sit there for hours and listen to that.

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