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Re: Comparative ambiances

Subject: Re: Comparative ambiances
From: "freitojos" freitojos
Date: Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:09 am ((PDT))
 Chris, I am pleased you liked it,
I am going to identify the Lullula arborea,I am not so much experient in id=
entification so...
Today I put another file in soundcloud, here:

   I think this file is too much amplified, I use Audacity and I am experim=
enting and using, as David have sugested to me in this forum, multiples of =
6 db in amplification,the oriolo-luscinia file was normalized one time for =
all. I am not an audio expert ( I am a philosophy teacher). Some files work=
 with normalization other files d'ont work. I think that using small amount=
s of amplifiction I can tune at least for my speakers.

--- In  "chrishails50" <> wrote=
> I am a bit behind with my reading here but I have to tell you I loved the=
 Oriolo-Luscinia track Jos=C3=A9 - super !!  Two wonderful birds to get in =
the same soundscape, I could also hear a distant Wood Lark (Lullula arborea=
) between 5-7min and again around 13min - really lovely, well done.
> Chris
> --- In  "freitojos" <josefreitas81@> wro=
> >
> > Hello,
> > Here are two ambiances in the same place, 200 mts apart with very diffe=
rent bird species, recorded same day same hour, no wind nebulous morning.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Regards,
> > Jos=C3=A9
> >

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