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Re: strange sintony between bird and frog

Subject: Re: strange sintony between bird and frog
From: "hartogj" hartogj
Date: Mon Jun 25, 2012 12:10 am ((PDT))
Hi Jos=C3=A9,
To make SoundCloud tracks downloadable, you need to select that option on t=
he edit page for the track. Near the bottom of the page in the "settings" s=
ection, just below the "public" or "private" option, there is an "advanced =
settings" section with three buttons, the first button toggles between "dow=
nloads disabled" and "downloads enabled." This can be done either at the ti=
me you are uploading the new track, or afterwards by clicking the edit opti=
on. The download format will be in the original format that you uploaded to=
If this is confusing, I can try to clarify.

John Hartog

--- In  "freitojos" <> wr=
> --- In  "Avocet" <brini@> wrote:
> >David,
> Yes, I think the frog (hyla meridionalis) is responding to the bird.
> I would like to make my files in soundcloud downloadable to everibody but=
 I d'ont know how to make it possible ?
> Regards and thank you for your help,
> > Jos=C3=A9,
> >
> > Had to have a go at this one. It was recorded M-S converted to L-R.
> > The S signal was too low and I enhanced it 30dB, bringing up plenty of=

> > mp3 artifacts. You did not mark if up on Soundcloud for downloading so=

> > I had to re-record it.
> >
> > Anyway, the bird and frog were clearly separated on the enhanced
> > stereo and the frog was responding to the bird call. Although frog
> > croaks sound to us like a low frequency sound, it is actually bursts
> > of 5KHz if you look at the waveform. This is the same frequency as the=

> > bird call, and the frog (of little brain) was simply responding to the=

> > bird as if it was a possible mate. :-)
> >
> > David
> >
> > David Brinicombe
> > North Devon, UK
> > Cogito cogito ergo cogito sum - Ambrose Bierce
> >

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