Aston Martin DB9 » Aston fly by.wav
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June 10th, 2009

Aston Martin DB9 recorded on a track, with a pair of AKG C414s, into M-Audio USB soundcard onto Cooledit.
Mics were set on omni, spaced approx 2M apart back to back, no high-pass or pads.
Note: possibly due to the distance between mics, this sample doesn't sound as good on headphones. If played with a stereo speaker set-up with sufficient sub then the stereo "pressure wave" from the car passing at high speed can be hair-raising, although this is obviously less likely with a mono sub.
This sample is un-compressed with no high pass filters, be careful with extreme levels, although the playing of this sample through large stereo P.A. systems is thoroughly recommended.


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    tall.alex 6 years, 5 months ago

    I got a friend to check this sample out due to high excursion of low frequency drivers.
    He confirmed that the pressure wave is a strong 10Hz cycle, which would indeed distort most amplifiers...
    Be warned

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