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A couple of pet wolves howling at sundown. Sierra foothills California.

Ornery
October 5th, 2011
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very short smaple of train passing. Audiotechnica BP4025 stereo mic, Shure FP24 preamp, Olympus LS10 recorder. Recorded near Osuna, S ...

dobroide
November 3rd, 2010
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Recorded near Taupo in February 2005. Mainly native birdsong, but probably a few introduced birds in there as well. The ...

stuart
September 1st, 2005
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Town fireworks display, including grand finale, recorded in large parking lot of a municipal park very close to where the ...

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Time to test those Primo EM172 mics. Thunderstorm in the middle of the night. Sony PCM-D50 recorder.

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Primo EM172 mics and Sony PCM-D50 recorder were what I used to record these crickets on a warm evening in ...

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Still time to use those Primo EM172 mics. The river Innerste in the Harz Mountains, crickets and a rifle shot. ...

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Two frogs,one left,one right,croaking in a pond after midnight.Several nightingales can also be heard singing in the distance.Recording chain NT4/Rode ...

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Mono recording of wind chimes. Field recording with DPA 4606 microphone, no processing, MP3, 192 kbps.

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Noise test: Dpa 4060, OKM II Klassik Studio, "Primo EM 172 DIY" Recorded with Olympus LS11, PIP +9V (D.I.Y. battery ...

badda
April 16th, 2011
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As requested by Mr Whatzit Tooya http://www.freesound.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=39051#39051 Evacuation advice spoken by a female (Mrs. Acclivity)