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February 29th, 2012

Wind is blowing into the fence, in the ghost town of Humbertsone (Chile).

Sound recorded by a MS setup Schoeps Microphone CCM41&CCM8;
Sound Devices 744T Recorder
MS is encoded in STEREO Left-Right
recorded in january 2012 in Humberstone (Chile, 47km from Iquique)
Sound Reference: @CAM120124T016

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    Galimatias91 2 years, 7 months ago

    When I check freesound, its to see what felix blume has been recording. You are a saint for leaving all your recordings avaiable to the public domain. They are amazing all of them. Thank you very much

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    felix.blume 2 years, 7 months ago

    interesting question...

    There were not that much wind this day, and I try to put the microphone in a shielded place. But I used a very good windscreen by CINELA (the ZEPHYX model).
    http://www.cinela.fr/zephyx.php?PHPSESSID=90f7cfe36bc27581521c362e998659e4

    And there is a 80Hz High Pass Filter.

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    csengeri 2 years, 7 months ago

    This recording is interesting. How do you filter those rumbling sounds of the wind or do you just simply put the microphone into a shielded place?

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    csengeri 2 years, 7 months ago

    This recording is interesting. How do you filter does rumbling sounds of the wind or do you just simply put the microphone into a shielded place?

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