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Re: A tropical orchard in spring for your rating please

Subject: Re: A tropical orchard in spring for your rating please
From: "vickipowys" vpowys
Date: Fri Jun 14, 2013 3:29 pm ((PDT))

I enjoyed listening to these lovely tropical sounds, it reminded me
of being in India.  The built in mics do a good job but you might be
even better served by using external mics.  Also you probably do not
need to record at 96 khz unless you are recording insects.  Many of
us also use 24 bit sampling which gives a little more headroom.  So
maybe 44.1 Khz and 24 bit, altho some folks say 96 is always useful.  =

It uses a lot of space though.

Vicki Powys

On 15/06/2013, at 12:58 AM, Sudipto wrote:

> Hi Everybody
> Here is a recording of a bird-rich orchard in Calcutta, India,
> recorded earlier in spring time. You might call it a dawn chorus of
> sorts. It wasn't really dawn but early enough when all the birds
> were vocal.
> This is my first post here and I shall be delighted if the experts
> here rate this please. Recorded with an Edirol R-09HR with its
> built-in microphone.
> Best wishes
> Sudipto
> ------------------------------------
> "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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