Practice in field-recording lesson 1.
No theory, that is for wikipedia, not that I am a 'know it all'.
sound and distance
We 'take the train' as subject for this lesson. 4 recordings of a train passing a steel bridge. We double the distance to the train every recording; 100m 200m 400m and 800m.
What are the changes:
1] The further you are from the subject (train) the better you hear the background.
2] The closer you are on the subject (train) the better you hear the higher frequency's of it.
Listen a hundred times, take your recorder and try this yourselves.
And yes there is a lot more, but maybe that on an other lesson.
What difference do you hear more?
Give your comment.
Tip of the day: The success of a good (field-)recording is in the first few seconds.
To hear you first have to listen
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