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I love itThanksjk
Having listened again (twice), it is a raptor, I think a Goshawk, Accipiter gentilis.
''It is pretty disappointing that I couldn´t upload the wave file of this track, as freesound wouldn´t take it.''
Upload as flac-file, that works and no compromise in quality.
I think the mystery bird might be a Green Woodpecker, Picus Viridis.Nice recording.
Perfect to add some ambience to my track!
Thanks for the extra information inchadney, it brings me there.
Thank you very much.I used it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=993GcKKcIk8
I agree very crisp and clean, just like luffy :)cdubs69 signing out!!!
Crisp & clean ...thanks
speakers turned all the way up, still can't hear a thing
Beautiful.....reminds one of the Beatles' song "Blackbird Singing in the Dead of Night".
Though I heard the blackbird 100 times already, it's still beautiful.
Ignore second part, everything is ok now, weird stuff.
Magnificent, those Senns really isolate. Don't know if you've noticed but to the right Duration 00:00:000Bitrate 0Channels0?
Love this, thanks. 'Made' a beach in our front room this morning with my two-year-old daughter, with this in the background!
The disturbance is okey. This is what field-recording is sometimes. I realy love this recording. thanks brother in the field(recordings)...
This is real nice man, makes you feel like you're right there.
This is a nice nature recording , thanks. :)
I'm using this to make some crazy mid-range sounds for drum and bass. Great texture!
Thanks. new its what i wanted when i seen 'the burn'
Thank you, I am using this for a establishing shot of a University library.
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