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Re: Recordists Campout 2009 - some results

Subject: Re: Recordists Campout 2009 - some results
From: ". m u r m e r ."
Date: Mon Jun 1, 2009 2:24 am ((PDT))
David Michael wrote:

> Here are a couple of edits taken from a longer recording made on the  
> very chilly morning of May 17th in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. They  
> are bounced MS stereo recordings using an MKH 30/40 pair to a Fostex  
> FR2-LE (without my external preamp!) originally in 24bit/44kHz, now in  
> 192kbps mp3. The microphones were setup on the edge of a wetland near  
> "campsite C" in the main basin that makes up the Reserve.

hi david,

nice - i like the distant train in the background of the third 
recording.  i host a field-recording based radio show called framework 
that broadcasts on 5 european radio stations, and web- and pod-casts. 
would you mind if i used your recordings in an edition of the show? 
they would be mixed into a larger soundscape with other field-recordings 
and field-recording based composition...

i get *a lot* of submissions for the show, but much more in 
compositional form, and very few from nature recordists.  how would 
people feel in general about my airing some of the recordings that get 
posted to the list from time to time?  this list is a font of beautiful, 
pure, and technically suberb recordings.  i of course would ask 
individually each time - i never air unpublished material without 
express individual permission.

that said, if anyone has any *published* material they might submit for 
airplay, i'd love to hear that too!

more on the show here:


ps - mike, listening to your rainforest recordings now, and the same 
question goes to you!


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