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Re: Lightweight array suggestions

Subject: Re: Lightweight array suggestions
From: "ng2307" ng2307
Date: Fri Sep 2, 2011 2:34 am ((PDT))
Hi Marc

I would suggest to take a look at the yoga block boundary array (see John 
Hartog's page, 
especially regarding its lightweight. 
I made several recordings based on that solution, sometimes placing the yoga 
block on top of a boompole, and imho it's interesting.

If you like a couple of samples, you can listen to the recordings A little 
sardinian lullaby, This morning it is raining again, Fruehlingssturm on my 
soundcloug page (

--- In  "mrmarcanderson" <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> thanks to some invaluable info found on this forum, I have taken the plunge 
> into the world of nature audio recording & picked up a Fostex FR2-LE field 
> recorder and 2 x Audio Technica AT4022's.
> Based on the research I have done & after listening to many audio 
> comparisons, I think I'll start off with a parallel boundary array similar to 
> one of these -
> As I'll be taking the kit away into the South-East Asian forests for a few 
> weeks, I would like to make an array that is as light & transportable as 
> possible, yet won't be easily damaged. Has anyone got any suggestions on what 
> types of materials could be used which are reasonably light weight, yet 
> strong? Is it basically a question of finding something suitable that will 
> create a sound barrier no matter what it's made of? 
> Thanks
> Marc Anderson

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