February 22nd, 2010

This was recorded in Nr. Nebel, a very small danish city in western jutland. It's simply a recording of mainly cars passing, and some pedestrians in the background.

It's a bit of an experiment also. I was tired of the windshields on my two small microphones on my PR1 portable digital recorder. Too much wind have destroyed way too many recordings, so i decided to do something about it. I found an old foam madras, and cut out two new and bigger windscreens. It helped!

Also i tried to have the microphones point in opposite directions with a full 180 degree difference. I got the result i wanted, a very clear difference in consending an descending (i hope i'm making sense) audio, between the two channels. Great when recording things passing by.


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    Kyster 6 years, 2 months ago

    Hey, thank you Inchadney. "Hitchcockish" is a bit over my league i think, but you're right, it's kinda creepy in it's own way.

    As for the windshields, they're not quite finished yet, but i'm getting there :-)

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    inchadney 6 years, 2 months ago

    Thats what I call a very "Hitchcockish" recording! Brilliant and congratulation to the DIY windshields! There sure is some wind in Denmark! Tak!


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