Raymound and Klas,
The place was very low in a deep valley betwwen two water falls wid hills n=
ear betwwen dense vegetation the birds where up ten meters at least. I agre=
e about the lack of spaciousness but I listen in loudspeakers and I think i=
s better, the nearer waterfall at my left as in the place and the other at=
my right, the birds the first was a troglodites at my left and the other I=
think luscilia at 5 min at my right.I agree with you two the spaciounsness=
is scarce even in loudspeakers but the localization of the sound sounces i=
Tomorouw morning I am going to record with the same mics in blumlein with o=
Thank you for your comments,
In Klas Strandberg <> wrote:
> 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
> too little.
> 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"
> ><josefreitas81@> wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > > 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
> > >
> >"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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