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Subject: Re: beginner needs help with recording
From: "Gregory O'Drobinak" gmo_dunes2
Date: Fri Jun 8, 2012 4:30 pm ((PDT))

I can appreciate your comments about the wind, but to get a good recording =
what the wind *really* sounds like can be very difficult.

I just recently did some nature recordings and what I thought was hissy mic=

noise at first turned out to be some trees in the background with small lea=
So sometimes it doesn't work out as you expect.

The best thing to do is work with it as much as you can in many settings. F=
what your ears tell you (get a good pair of headphones, too, so that you ca=
monitor the result in real time) and follow your heart.

- Greg

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