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May 29th, 2012

This wood thrush was recorded around 7:30 in the morning in heavy woods in deep southern Illinois. Unlike my earlier posting of the wood thrush singing at dusk, this morning recording has the wood thrush singing with lots of company, although he clearly rises above his neighbors. 17 seconds into the recording you hear the drumming of a woodpecker, and at one-minute 20 seconds into the recording you hear the distinctive-lonely sounding call of the huge Pileated Woodpecker. Recording made with good-quality stereo microphones so use headphones to get a wonderful experience.

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    mawolfy 1 year ago

    nice recording! ...maybe it's better earing it into the forest, but it's good with my phones aswell :)
    thx for share it!

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    kvgarlic 1 year ago

    Thanks keweldog....glad you like the recording. The recorder that I used in the Zoom H4N and the microphones were a pair of Samson C02 model stereo microphones.
    Kevgarlic

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    keweldog 1 year ago

    Such a nice recording! Thanks for recommending using headphones. Exactly what equipment did you use?

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    kvgarlic 1 year, 3 months ago

    DaJeVen, thanks for the comments; appreciate it!

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    DaJeVen 1 year, 3 months ago

    Great recording. Good sense of space and no white noise.

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Type
Wave (.wav)
Duration
02:12:480
Filesize
22.3 MB
Samplerate
44100.0 Hz
Bitdepth
16 bit
Channels
Stereo
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