Sounds by inchadney

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I know, I know: how many times have I recorded s.th. similar before. But trainjourneys stick out, at least to ...

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Distorted recording of a Thunderclap. It was hard to tell how loud it would be beforehand. NT1-a, FP24, MR-2

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Even the Sennheiser MKH40 microphones sound pretty hissy, if used on a windy day in Glen Lednock / Scotland. The ...

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Three calls from a crow on a windy day, therefore not perfect. Still, a great gothic ringtone. Sony PCM-M10 recorder.

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A sunny afternoon in rural Perthshire. You can hear the river Tay in the distance, songs from different birds and ...

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It was nearly dark, when I started this recording. A Robin is singing at the beginning of the recording. Towards ...

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You couldn´t see much, except the ship itself and the fog. On this recording you could hear the ship and ...

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PCM-M10 recording of some howling wind. Well and that only worked because of a Rycote windshield.

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A recording of some black grouses (Tetrao tetrix) in the scottish highlands. NT1A microphones, FP24 preamp into MR2 recorder. To ...