Thunder then rain01.wav
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August 21st, 2009

This is a recording of a magnificent thunder, that continued all night long. In the background you can hear the wind blowing in the leafs, in the trees. You can also hear a farmer working in the fields, harvesting. Right after the first big thunder you may notice the distant sound of a scooter driving away. Then suddenly comes the heavy rain and some more thunder. I think this actually is a spooky recording, because the farmers machines gives a very special dark sound. After i recorded this, it got too windy to continue recording.

This was recorded with a TSM PR1 portable digital recorder, with external stereo microphones. Edited in Audacity 1.3.5-beta on Ubuntu 8.04.2 Linux.

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    csengeri 4 years, 4 months ago

    I thought first that is a tornado siren in the beginning

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    aflatoxin 4 years, 5 months ago

    I like this! The farmer's machine also sounds like a slow moving or idling diesel locomotive.
    I love the bassy thunder, but I wish the rain-fall
    sound wasn't as plastic sounding. e.g. rain hitting plastic trash can lids.
    I'm still downloading it though, and will be looking for more great recordings from Kyster.

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    Kyster 5 years ago

    Hey, thank you so much marvman. It's one of the first really succesfull recordings i made outside.

    And yeah, i was a little fast with the download description, i guess :-)

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    marvman 5 years ago

    Then after that select Save target as

    Nice sample my friend :-)

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    Kyster 5 years ago

    Hi majinbu32.

    If you want to download a file, you will have to right click on the download button, in the upper right corner of the section where the file is shown.

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Type
Wave (.wav)
Duration
05:07:899
Filesize
103.6 MB
Samplerate
44100.0 Hz
Bitdepth
32 bit
Channels
Stereo
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