dear dan and others
i should have replied in detail. the oomagamma site has some of the microph=
ones designed by me, but they do not make or sell brahma. my reason was tha=
t it should not be done without the facilities for calibrating the micropho=
ne.free software for using the microphones, either with or without calibrat=
ion, exist for both windows and mac. i have heard very good results,
it is possible to calibrate the microphones even at home, and fons adrianse=
n has used the measurements by atleast one user to produce the filters need=
currently i assemble the microphones, and the modified zoom H2 for which i =
primarily designed it, one at a time. the parts i use are printed by shapew=
ays,com. and anyone who wants to make their own can buy these parts (i make=
a small profit)=A0there is a small photoessay on how i modify the zoom H 2=
e part needed for this too is on shapeways.com
if anyone wants more details i will answer. there is i think a wildlife rec=
ording by hector centeno, i am trying to remember the link to it, and if i =
do, i will post it.
i have published my poems. you can read (or buy) at http://stores.lulu.com/=
From: Dan Dugan <>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 8:31 PM
>Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] anybody tried this ?
>> I' m curious of it' s performance in terms of sound quality/noise image =
>> - the zoom' s preamps are by no means anything special after all, and el=
ectret microphones tend to be noisy
>Looks very interesting to me, I want to try out their products.
>"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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