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  • Long Form, manipulated field recording:early autumn,late afternoon and into the night

    Using 8 hours continuous recording made in my backyard using a Rode NT4 in a Rode blimp. Some manipulation but no obvious "special" FX - just Reverb on a couple of tracks, plus the wonderful put it in the must buy category EQ from Apulsoft http://www.apulsoft.ch/ really this thing is a huge gem of an EQ. Plus I slowed some bits down to change the pitch and used the dehum in RX7. Which sounds like quite a bit of FX really

    Anyway, this is a long form piece designed to be listened "in" or listened "out". Put it on in the background, go about your chores and see what happens

    (sounds like there are errors in the bandcamp transcoding. Being in Australia which has the worst internet in the developed world by a long way ti will take me all night to upload another version - so if it sounds like a glitch, then it is in fact a glitch that is not in the original)

    https://greghooper2.bandcamp.com/tra...into-the-night
    Last edited by GregH; 04-17-2019, 04:32 AM.
    BANDCAMP https://greghooper2.bandcamp.com/

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    Enjoying this peaceful long-form field recording.. Can you identify some of the background sounds that sound somewhat like howling? Dingoes, maybe? Or do you get those in your neighborhood?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sonic Bodhi View Post
      Enjoying this peaceful long-form field recording.. Can you identify some of the background sounds that sound somewhat like howling? Dingoes, maybe? Or do you get those in your neighborhood?
      thanks for listening Sonic Bodhi - no dingoes where I am in Brisbane - which is a typical suburban style city. We do get Koalas and Echidnas(in the suburb we last lived in) and pythons and lots of possums though. Not sure what the howling sounds would be - I did slow down some segments so it might be a bird or even a train in the distance
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