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Re: Hearing Bats that been recorded.

Subject: Re: Hearing Bats that been recorded.
From: animalsounds
Date: Tue Mar 1, 2016 1:52 am ((PST))
> Can anyone tell me how well a PCM-M10 would record bats with either the b=
uilt in mics or external EM-172 mics? I can set the recorder to the highest=
 setting, 96kHz, which should be able to record half that frequency?

 Hi Peter, I tried recording bats using the internal mics (which are a vara=
int of the EM-172) of the PCM-M10 a couple of years ago. It worked reasonab=
ly good for bat species calling at relatively low frequencies below about 3=
0 kHz.

 Here is a recording of the common noctule (Nyctalus noctula) from Germany:
undscapes/100516_22.WAV http://ww=

> Also, is there a recorder in the same price range that can record at 192k=

 I'm not aware of such a recorder, except of the more expensive Tascam DR-6=
80 MkII and Tascam DR-701D.

 You might perhaps instead use an USB audio interface such as the Roland Qu=
adCapture (
1166), which works fine at 192 kHz.


"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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