What airline was this on? I'm pretty sure it's a southern American pilot because of the kind tone and southern accent (please don't take offense anybody). But it's definitely an Airbus A320 (family) aircraft. JetBlue goes to Oakland, so it's not them. AA, Airtran, Continental, Delta, and Southwest don't have A32x aircraft. Maybe it's Northwest or United? Maybe even Frontier? Can't be US Airways, pilot sounds way too enthusiastic to be working for them >.< Though the departure airport is definitely in the north, as there's snow and de-icing going on.
laurent - tnx. i felt like i had insects under my shirt.
neshto...sounds like maybe you simply weren't logged in. downloading a file is the most elementary task i can imagine. click on the button that says - you guessed it - Download. something to remember: this is a community, someone might help, but not if you don't ask. (operating system is immaterial - who knows what that's about?) next time, check out shoutbox.
Thanks Glit. This sample was recorded some years ago. Since then, I learned that the best combination for windy conditions or to record wind is first to encapsulate the mic with a foam windcover and then cover the mic with a Rycote or whaterver wind cage you may find. Finally, I would be cautious in activating a digital or analog filter at the time of recording. Would prefer at post prod cleaning up a bit. This sample was not edited.