Nice to hear from you. I understand from your word that you are blind or
visually impaired. Then we are in the same category.
I have a soundpage:
There are over 50 hours of recording on this page, both natural sounds,
radio programs etc. Recordings are mainly from Iceland and some from
China dating back to 1975.
If you are interested in some discussions, you can write directly to my
=DEann 5.6.2014 08:09, skrifa=F0i Philipp Schroeter
> Hello to you all,
> After some technical difficulties during my application for this list I
> finally managed to join. Thanks to all of you who helped me with that. I
> would like to quickly introduce myself to you:
> My name is Philipp Schr=F6ter and I am from northest nolthern Germany. I
> am living in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, which is right at the coast of
> the baltic sea. Since my childhood I highly enjoy nature sounds of any
> kind. My blindness definitely is one of the reasons for that. Now I am
> 26 and am still strugglling for the right technical solution to get
> clear and pleasurable stereo recordings, but, I guess, most of us still
> do in a way. I will ask about that later. I would like to get in touch
> with passionate recordists from around the world to get advice and to
> talk about everything beautiful that surrounds us. I am mainly
> interested in doing ambience recordings in quiet places which is not so
> easy as a non-visioned person. But I'm getting along very well as I pay
> an assistant who helps me getting into wilder locations. My favorite
> landscape is marshland. I like the unique sound of bitterns, frog
> choruses, different warblers chattering in the reed... The blending of
> all that sounds gives me a feeling of deep an quiet contemplation.
> I am looking forward to sharing thoughts as well as recordings with you
> best regards from Germany
> Philipp Schr=F6ter
> "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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