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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"
good one. but size is really big ;)
lovely, just what I was after
will use this with footage i shot of the north sea, coastal northern france. thanks, its perfect.
A great sound my friend, so relaxing, really well captured, well done. Thanks. :)
wow, that's a fine recording!
wow, lovely sound. just what i am after. thank you
Hi! We used this in our podcast: http://flashpulp.com/?p=14447
Sounds great. I love it....
Great recording Inchadney. The music reminds me of an old grammophone.
Nice one! Good music to start any journey. The ships horns put me in mind of this fella's car horn http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzqEtcyIehc&feature;=relmfu
Great recording. Especially the music is fun. Just North Corea, and that a Dutch company. ;-)
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