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There's no mistery about it: It's a Black Redstart [Phoenicurus ochruros], very common in European villages and many town backyards.
very nice, i was looking for an ambiant with not so much on bird's sound, most of them are too heavy on birds its getting so annoying. nice one pal
Gracias por compartirLo he usado aquíhttp://www.jamendo.com/album/69772(Tracks 3 and 14)
Brilliant recording, for Cakel9; the song is Scotland the Brave. Officially the Scottish National Anthem, the unofficial one and more popular is Flower of Scotland.
I love it, makes me want to go there!
Perfect. The next best thing to being there!
Yes, the 50/50 mix : )
Beautiful! Just what I needed. Thank you for sharing.
The river Tay.
Incredible, how few background noise there is. It must have been a sunday morning! Blackbirds even though being very common in German cities are beautiful singers!
What's the noise in the background?
Natural sounding thunderclap
Exactly what I was looking for, thanks! ^^
This one is nice, thanks.
Such vibrant birdlife here!!Thank-you for this very fine recording.
sounds good, thanks
I used it to feel dizzy yesterday and I just actually slept for 12 hours...very relaxing...thank you very much and happy mother's day to your Mom..
Hi inchadney, thanks for a great sample. I was able to use it in a very short track : http://soundcloud.com/pangaeic/the-acoustics-of-spring-bedroom-window-live
Good recording and very usable. Thank you! Good work!
great! using this for a project fer skewl!
Très bon enregistrement ! Simple et efficace.
This is such a great recording Inchadney. Really nice sound too.
As I see that Im not alone in my observations, its the simplicity, WAVE quality, plus most importantly, the long duration of this recording that makes it sing.
Thanks, I have used this sample in a track: http://soundcloud.com/derk-bell/machine
nice ambiencethxgreetings from berlin!_rob.
Perfect - Beats a fishtank or a running-squirrel in-a-wheel by miles :o)
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