I'm looking for clean and long recordings (naturally evolving; not short looped sounds nor synths!) of falling snow (i.e. like rain). Snow falling on the trees, umbrella, hood, some sort of natural sounding surface; with no other trafic (no animals, human/mechanic activity in the background, wind, and so on). Best would be binaural (okm?) or some good equipment (like sony pcm-d50). Unfortunately I can't find quiet place here to take some snapshots.
Are these search results no good?
Nope. Eitther too short or used in the past, I'm familiar with oldies.
used in the past
Hope this helps;
@qubodup - would you create two individual soundscapes based on the same source? I'm working on a series of soundscapes, that are focused on varieties/tastes of natural sonic textures. Things you pointed - I either used in the past, or are too short to use, or failed in tests for possibility of use. Hope this explains my previous answer
@klankbeeld - nice design and interesting soft sound - this one might work (although the background trafic is noticalbe; will need to check if it will be not over-emphasized during the process). Do you have more like that, with various hardnesses and unprocessed?
Clean snowfall is the one of hardest things to get
I don't know if this will help you, as it is mono, but anyway:
@klankbeeld -... - this one might work (although the background trafic is noticalbe
I've tried to isolate the snowflake-on-umbrella sounds from Klankbeeld's Freesound #178150 ...
http://www.freesound.org/people/Timbre/sounds/178155/ [it sounds much better when downloaded ]
Also same treatment applied to corsica-s's Freesound #178154 ...
http://www.freesound.org/people/Timbre/sounds/178157/ [also sounds better when downloaded ]