Great! I burnt a CD of your previous wind-organ recordings, which is wonderful to play once in a while, but I'm always glad to have more of this sort of aeolian organ or harp sound for occasional use in my living space. To me it is not exactly eerie or spooky (though I might revise that view if encountered alone without forewarning out in the wilds on a dark night!) but certainly has a certain 'something' that goes towards enhancing the life experience, without all the problems, entanglements and emotional attachments that a lot of music listening brings. Many thanks for that, Marcel!
When I was recording I forgot to monitor. When I came home I was disappointed by the rumbling. Putted the track in the trashcan. Later I went back on the track and listened it an other time and realized that this mistake was better than I wanted and putted online.
This is an excellent background sound for me when working at the computer - very nice!
Incidentally, because you have succeeded so well in avoiding wind noise in the microphones, it is difficult to feel that the conditions really are windy. As I have found out with my own recent recordings, for natural soundscape recordings where wind is part of the picture, a certain degree of unapologetic wind noise in the microphones has generally been best, because, after all, it was then reflecting more faithfully what one actually hears, which includes the rumbling / 'drumming' of wind in one's ears.
Anyway, thank you, Marcel, for yet another really nice recording, and keep up the great work!