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December 18th, 2012

I did got this recording from the garden, or basically put my mics out the window. It was a really bad weather, and of course the moment i set up the gear, lightning almost stopped. The hail continued, but not as wild as before. Although in the last third of the recording, it increased once again.

Recorded with a couple of Shure WL183 mics and a sony himd recorder.

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    csengeri 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    Scientists from the 19th Century said the incoming hailstorm you can hear sounds from the clouds similar to lot of horse-wagons passing by on gravel road seconds before the storm arrives. That sound is the "postillion of God's whip" and can be heard from 13:50 in this recording.

    Very rare sound! What was the size of the hailstones?

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    zybil 1 year, 6 months ago

    yah, this is bloody brilliant,
    thank you for this exact recording!

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    inchadney 2 years ago

    That is what I call a brilliant recording and hail and thunderstorm together are rare events to record.Congratulations!

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