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Thank you from Canada ! I Love it !
thanks so much!
Great quality, spot and recording! thanks a bunch.
I love your work Mr Inchadney. You seem to care so deeply about the places you record and this comes across in the sheer beuaty of your recordings
Perfect for what I needed...thank you for taking the time to record and upload. A++
Just what I needed. Good clean atmos is hard to come by and record. Nice work :D !
Great recording, love its sense of space.
I Like it, thank you!
I prefer the longer tracks. That's how I searched for ALL of mine. I'm trying to find some background noise for my house and sleeping. This is GREAT. Thank you so much for this. :-)
Ah, things to come, very refreshing to hear this just before the Winter Solstice. Thank you for this.
Great sound! Good quality!
thank you. being used in a school project with Grade 6 students!
Very nice combination of waves far and close.
Thanks! Very impressive
Thanks for this future picture. I wait for the winter comming soon here in Holland.
though... it may be overkill...
215 mb is a bit much. haha
you are the only one on this site that knows what they're doing.
Aye,perfect for the alarm-clock in the gothic bedchambers!lol
Hi Benboncan, thanks for the comment. Well, the solution is pretty simple: A while ago I bought a couple of windscreens from Sennheiser for my MD 421 microphones, called MZW 421 A. They fit those like a glove. The rest is pretty much like this:http://inovember.wordpress.com/2010/10/04/diy-stereo-rig-for-nt1-as/
I thought, that the fake fur wouldn´t be enough, so those foam windshields give an extra protection.
Not much happening is still worth recording though, well done , how do you protect the mics from wind ?
Very good quality, perfect recording!!!
what a beuaty.
its called a fog horn from a large ocean vessel
Ideal - for use in amateur Theatre - Play "Rebecca"
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