Sounds by inchadney

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Location, Location, Location! A few minutes of field-recording in the brlliant St.Abbs on the eastcoast of Scotland. Sony PCM M10 ...

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...the title says it all. A Wren in town. Recorded early one May morning. BP4025 microphone, apogee minime into R44.

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Recording of the river Innerste in the Harzmountains/Germany. The microphones (AT 3031) were about 30 meter away from the river. ...

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Another early morning recording on a nippy may morning inside town. What you are going about to hear are a ...

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It was a brilliant mellow evening on the danish westcoast with a brilliant sunset and great waves. Inside microphones of ...

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Edinburgh to London by plane. The recording starts after boarding and ends with the plane up in the air. Soundman ...

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Here is a rather long recording, done in April, starting at 4.30 in the morning, before the birds start to ...

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Single call from a nesting crow (which it was repeating ever so often). BP4025 microphone, Apogee Mini-Me into R44 recorder.

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Sometimes its just great to keep recordings back for, say half a year, and to upload them then, to show, ...

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Its that time of year again. A blackbird "singing at the dead of night". BP4025 microphone into Oade FR-2 LE.