Nice recording (and pics ;-) Philip. I promise I listened to your sound on good speakers ; I really loved to slowly increase the volume and feel how the sound evoluates from a kind of a "moving white noise" to this wide, deep and rich ocean atmosphere. Good job, thx for sharing.
What can I say , I dont need this for anything but my own listening pleasure. You are quite a master at this. I have a rode ntg-2 and wind baffle to a H4n but the beaches around me are not quiet these days , I have tried several times but either a dog comes up to me and yelps or curious people come over and ask me what I am doing while the red light is on and winter is too rough to get that calm sea that you have. There is a market for long swathes of sound I think , and I hope you make a fortune.
Thank you Philip for being so kind as to upload this it may have got me out of a hole here at 11.40pm where I need to atmos a gap in video and your recording I think has done the trick. Class recording btw.
Actually my previous comment here is now out of date. Recently, in February this year, I finally worked out that the real cause of my hearing excess of very low bass in my recordings was NOT a result of a problem with my recorders, but simply a problem with the speakers I was using to audition the recordings. So, all the recordings I'd uploaded to Freesound before I started correcting for that actually nonexistent bass overemphasis were actually correct in their bass! I have therefore gone through my recordings, taking new copies from my archive of unprocessed originals and editing those all over again. Heard with really accurate listening equipment they sound MUCH better and more lifelike than the 'corrected' recordings did.