not ukulele, but amazing nightingale song

dedindi

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this season, nightingale nests only 10 meters from my recording studio
recorded him these nights

i can share the record in 24/48

chain: mic pair AKG414 -> Drawmer 1969 -> EQ EAR825 -> Manley Vary mu
 

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wanna share another soundscape recorded by me
it is the crickets choir recorded on an august night


and here are the downloads of these nature sounds in wave 24/48, flac, and mp3
it is free for listening and sound production
https://musictales.club/tags/nature-sounds

the season begins
so, the bees buzz and thunderstorms coming soon
 

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i was going to record bees for a long time
it was not an easy task
now i don’t think that bees are such hard workers as it described in fairy tales
a plum bush blossomed near the studio
i waited for bees one week connecting daily 100m of cables
but they appeared only once and buzzed just two hours
the wind hindered recordings
so there is only 10 minutes but it is excellent
this record is quieter than my other soundscapes
but I did not raise the volume to an unnatural level
bees are very quiet creatures

 

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i finally uploaded the soundscapes i recorded in September. since the birds are entirely silent at this time, there are fantastic cricket choirs drowning in the sounds of the wind. here are four soundscapes i captured with different techniques ortf, xy, ms, and blumlein pair.

ortf

xy

ms

blumlein pair

free downloads https://musictales.club/tags/nature-sounds
 

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i successfully caught a spring thunderstorm this year
on the recording, you can hear thunder, rain, wind, crickets, and of course a nightingale who occasionally weaves his song into the soundscape

 

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Why do I feel as if I should be wearing my pith helmet while listening to this stuff? :oops:
 

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this recording of a nightingale was made on a May night
insects and other birds are silent because it was rather cold
the reverberation of the woods is clearly audible in the soundscape

 

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here is last season's nightingale concert recorded at the end of May on a full moon
the night was warm, so the accompaniment of crickets is quite impressive

 

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i uploaded two more soundscapes recorded last spring

here is an amazing rap battle between a thrush and a nightingale captured on a sunset

morning birds bustle in the including an intense conversation of swallows can be heard around 6:00
 

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uploaded two more soundscapes recorded in May and June last year

here are sounds captured on a hot summer day featuring grasshoppers, crickets, wind, and birds including a sparrow who flew into our meadow to make a bit of a fuss

another May sunset with thrush, nightingale, cuckoo, crickets, wind, and couple of cats walking along the roof near the microphones