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Subject: Re: Olympic National Park / Sound Portrait
From: "Jose Freitas" =
Date: Tue May 31, 2011 3:37 pm ((PDT))

Extraordinary the complete silence during the frog sounds, and after taht t=
he wind sound,is it natural that transition?
I know some times early in the morning there is absolutely no wind and afte=
r some time the wind blows.Is this the case?
Thank you,
--- In  Dan Dugan <> wrote:
> Myles, you wrote,
> > Here's my first sound portrait:
> >
> >
> >
> > Created during a fantastic tutorial in Olympic National Park with Gordo=
n Hempton.
> >
> > I would be very grateful for any feedback.
> Welcome to the list. I loved the water sounds. At the beginning I admired=
 how quiet the recording was, but when I turned it up the background that w=
as there sounded "swishy," perhaps an artifact of a data compression or noi=
se reduction algorithm. Then I thought I noticed reverbs in that section un=
naturally truncated.
> -Dan

"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause.

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