Re: Woolamai Beach
Fri Jun 29, 2012 5:40 pm ((PDT))
I think the effect could easily have been caused by the wave sounds - perhaps
two waves crossing against the shore. You were up against a dune too so
possibly some complex reflections and resonance there. I like the sense of
breadth in the lower frequencies and the pounding reminds me of a winter swell
--- In Peter Shute <> wrote:
> I was recently at a conference near Phiilip Island in Victoria, Australia.
> There wasn't much daylight available outside of conference times as it's mid
> winter here, and the weather was very wet and windy, so I only managed this
> one recording of surf at Woolamai Beach:
> This was recorded with my EM172/SASS rig, so I'm interested in opinions on
> the quality. In particular, an odd shifting effect at 4:00 which I'm
> wondering whether it's caused by wind in the mics, or possibly some fluke of
> wave patterns.
> Peter Shute
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