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I was walking near there today in calm clear October weather ; this is a lovely capturing of the beauty and complexity of the soundscape. Thankyou.
very nice sound, I love chimse ane autumn
Lovely! It's very pleasant to the ear.
Thank you Philip
Very nice! Thanks!
Mr Goddard should be justifiably proud of his recent April 2016 series of masterful recordings at Branscombe Landslip. Wonderful.
You're the MAN, Philip!!Used in my short:https://vimeo.com/157567074
Incredible sound and great description. I'm planning on using it as part of a piece in a student production of The Crucible. thank you!!
Great capture and even more impressive intention... :-) Thx!
Very Nice Philip, thanks for your time and effort
No, there isn't an alternative format - the need is, to take whatever measures are required for you to be able to open and play .flac files. That format is now widely used, so cannot these days be regarded as an obscure or specialist one.
However, you can hear MP3 excerpts of those recordings I've put onto CD, on my natural soundscapes CD Store, http://www.philipgoddard.com/shop/store.htm .
Love this sound design and quality. But I can't seem to open it on my imac or even import it into final cut pro. Is there another format/extension/file type available?
So beautiful. Thankyou!
Another great recording. Thank you!
Incredible recording. Thank you! Also so nice to hear your story behind the sound.
Thanks for making this sound available! I've used it episode 66 of my podcast Pocket Fiction, which is available here: http://www.stevecookfiction.com/podcast/2015/12/24/66-matryoshka-part-3
Estas carbón!!! (nice job)
as someone who grew up on the coast this immediately put my mind at ease, thank you so much
Thank you! I'm planning on using it in a song
great thank you
thanks for the moment!
Really passionantthank youjeffhttp://orleanspassion.com/2015/07/08/la-loire-toujours-zen/
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