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Re: Advice please on what mics for recording in quiet outdoor enviro

Subject: Re: Advice please on what mics for recording in quiet outdoor enviro
From: "Curt Olson" flipov411
Date: Fri Sep 14, 2012 5:44 am ((PDT))
I hate to burst your bubble, John, but I'm almost certain it's ducks. I've 
heard this exact sound hundreds of times in northern MN when small "V" 
formations of Blue-winged Teal fly overhead.

Curt Olson

John Hartog wrote:

> Hi Mike,
> Yes, an oblate spheroid shape intuitively makes sense to me. 
> While testing my newest windscreen design this spring, I may have discovered 
> that UFO shaped windscreens may inadvertently act as decoys attracting actual 
> miniature UFOs. (of course I think I am just kidding... maybe)
> Just take a listen what I recorded this spring out on remote public lands in 
> Central Oregon the middle of the night. I believe this is anthronoise from an 
> aerial drone - not natural sound.
> The wind screen is pictured in the cover art.
> John Hartog

"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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