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That's how wind and trees do sound! Very natural recording. Thanks a lot :) I used it on a recording I made with a Shakuhachi flute:
Great ! Thank you very much
Nigtingale duet once more.
Wonderful and what a luch to have the nightingale that close.
Fantastic! Thank you for this
Thank you, klankbeeld and adamchet.
Two nightingales are disputing the soundspace.
Of corse not,You are welcome. Send a message to me firstname.lastname@example.org regards,José
Great location for a recordist. Maybe I'll visit this spring, hope you wont mind!
Ahora comprendo. The problem with personal associations is... users looking for a car noise will find a bird call ;-)
Hello,Thank you for your identification.What I mean is the sound from the Corn Bunting seemms to me the noise of a "car ignition", Is one association to memorize the sound of the bird. I have forgot the bird. Now I will never forget....
I don't get what you mean 'car ignition'?? The sample is quite clean, I hear Corn Bunting ( https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigueir%C3%A3o ), Blackbird, Nightingale, Woodpecker, Oriole, Serin, flying insects...
Nice one, thanks
Oriolus orioulus, Oropendola
Well done! Parus major, Great Tit, Carbonero Común, I guess
Thank you, Golden Oriole is my favourite (I'm green with envy :-)
Beautifull! Thanks. Nice for relax and meditation purposes
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