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November 13th, 2011

A stereo field recording of strong wind, with the strongest gusts creating a whistling sound in some rigging in a garden. Rode NT-4 in Blimp > Shure FP 24/SD Mix Pre > Sony PCM M10

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    zerolagtime 6 months ago

    So many wind recordings turn into artifacts of the recording equipment. You obviously took some effort to keep that from happening and it really shows. Nice recording. I wish I could find rain recordings that had this many ups and downs, calm and intense, yet crystal clear.

    Nice work. Saving this for when I need a windy day.

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    nonquit 6 months ago

    Thank You, well done...you have saved me attempting to do what you have already accomplished
    Frank

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    jmbphilmes 2 years, 6 months ago

    wonderful!!!
    You do not usually record at 48Hz?

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    Benboncan 4 years, 3 months ago

    @conleec
    Thank you for your comment, This sound was recoded by lying down in the lee of the wind behind a raised bed and pointing the mics towards the rigging, I have edited the description to include a Rode Blimp as well.

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    conleec 4 years, 3 months ago

    Really excellent recording. Can you comment on your technique? I'm going to try recording some wind soon, and I think the way to get the whistles is to place the mic strategically next to an obstacle that deflects the wind, correct? I'm not sure I could do better than this, but I will try in the next month or so when I get to my parent's ranch in Northern Oregon. Thank you for posting this.

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Type
Flac (.flac)
Duration
08:42:538
Filesize
41.6 MB
Samplerate
44100.0 Hz
Bitdepth
16 bit
Channels
Stereo
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