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Re: Recording in stereo?

Subject: Re: Recording in stereo?
From: "David Darrell-Lambert" daviddarrellla=
Date: Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:37 am ((PDT))

Not sound related, so if you get bittern which you are likely to use dark v=
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> On 17 Aug 2017, at 09:12,  [naturerecordists] =
<> wrote:
> Hello all.
> I am a pretty much complete beginner in the field of nature recording.  A=
t the moment my kit is an Olympus LS14 recorder, an MVO VXR40 Shotgun mic, =
and a DIY pair of omni EM172 capsules.
> I have been browsing the internet and thoroughly confusing myself looking=
 at SASS rigs and various expensive looking setups for recording in stereo.=
 So rather than confusing myself any further, I think I'll just aim to get =
some recording experience under my belt using the inbuilt stereo microphone=
s on the LS14, and the shotgun mike.
> Tomorrow I'm heading to the Isle of Skye for 7 days, so hopefully the wea=
ther will be conducive to some nature recording (I'll be taking bat detecto=
r as well, as well as midge repellent)
> Hopefully I'll be able to get internet access to try and share some recor=
> Regards,
> Brian.

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