Agree with Raimund.
On top of that, I get very curious about the acoustics! Was it a lot
of leaves, trees and reflecting surfaces? It sounds to me as if the
mic's were placed in a "hall", almost like indoors, and I hear the
same sound coming from different directions, a bit out of phase.
The water sounds "indoors" and difficult to localize, almost like
mixed in from another track. Is it in front of the mic's or at the
back? Blumline is not always the best, even though I think it is used
At 17:04 2013-06-26, you wrote:
>There are indeed a few very short (slightly) clipped passages on the
>right channel at the end of the recording at around 15:46 and 16:50,
>which are however almost inaudible to my ears. Reducing the
>recording level on the recorder should safely prevent that.
>On the other hand, I cannot see or hear any clipping or distortion
>during the first 15 minutes of the file.
>One might perhaps get the impression that the harsh song of the
>Eurasian Wren was somehow distorted by the recording equipment. I
>think however that these birds just sing that way (they are no
>perfect digital Synthesizers ;-)
>I also like the Blackcap and the Golden Oriole in your recording.
>--- In "freitojos"
> > Please can someone said to me if this sample is cliping, the
> preamp boton in the marantz was very strong.
> > https://soundcloud.com/freitojos/130623t0800z-water-and
> > Regards,
> > Jos=C3=A9
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