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Re: A Call in the Rainforest

Subject: Re: A Call in the Rainforest
From: "Jez" tempjez
Date: Mon Jun 18, 2012 1:53 pm ((PDT))
nice clip - when will the full film be available Sabyasachi ?

can I also make one suggestion / request - with respect of course ?  if pos=
sible, for example if you release it on DVD, can there be a version without=
 the music & just the sounds of locations ? That would be very good indeed =
& you'd be amongst the first, only film makers to do this.

In these days of multiple options on dvd's why there isn't an option to rem=
ove the music on nature films already out there is a shame indeed. I think =
we'd all like that option - yes ?

--- In  Sabyasachi Patra <sabyasachi.patra=
@...> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I just thought of writing to this group seeing a mail exchange about an
> unknown call.
> I started nature recording for my films. The first time I placed a
> headphone around my ears and plugged it to a microphone, I was amazed. I
> could hear distant sounds which I couldn't hear. I was first stunned when=
> heard the Lion-tailed Macaque (*macaca silenus*) calling. I have heard it
> only in this occassion and barely managed to record it. I have used it in
> this opening sequence of my film. You can see the clip and hear it here:
> Does any one in this group has any other sound recorded by Lion-tailed
> Macaques?
> Cheers,
> Sabyasachi
> --
> Save the Tiger

"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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