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Microphone: Rode NTG-3 Recorder: Marantz PMD671 Pseudo-stereo done in postproduction.

emptysound
November 10th, 2013
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A short loop recording of a dog splashing around in a lake. Could be used for machinery.

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Open stream, "storm ditch", less than a meter in width. Could be used as a brook or stream. Loop-able.

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Water pouring into a barrel from the roof. Sound of rain mainly on the background but also some impacts of ...

fisu
September 5th, 2013
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A small River in Basel called "Wiese". Sennheiser MKH 8020 omnis in a SD702 Recorder.

Beedy
September 29th, 2011
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This is a small river near where I live, When I recorded this I was under a noisy bridge so ...

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One of the many small fountains in the "Parc du Mont des Arts" in Brussels on a late July evening. ...

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Recording of a shallow section of a small stream, no background noise.

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close mic recording of falls and stream at Sugar Hollow in Shenandoah National Park using an Edirol R-09.

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Water fountain in the Alhambra of Granada (Spain). Recording done quite close to the actual fountain. Recorded with a Sony ...

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pewit's nest, baraboo, wi. water flowing over rocks. processed to loop. schoeps / sound devices 7-series.

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Audience of about 150 people applauding in a cinema. Recorded on an Edirol R-09 with built-in mics. Please credit me ...