Light thunderstorm suburb during daytime. Recorded in calm residence. Some people, light traffic around.
00.00 1st thunder
00.45 someone rolls-in the sunscreen
02.30 first raindrops
05.17 2nd thunder
06.20 raindrops get bigger
07.07 more rain
08.25 first dripping in sink gutter (30cm above mic)
11.11 wind rising (hear the wind in the tree)
11.28 rain gets serious for 2 minutes
14.40 far rumble coming closer
16.20 3rd thunder closer
17.53 series of rumbles in 3 minutes
22.40 2 nice high rolling rumbles in a 1.13 minute
24.04 18 minute series of high altitude, most far, rolling thunder with sometimes pause of a minute
40.00 slowly back to just some rain and dripping in gutter for rest of recording with following accents;
47.08 high altitude rolling thunder
50.45 high altitude rolling thunder
56.20 high altitude rolling thunder
62.32 high altitude rolling thunder
76.14 last far thunder
recorded; July 27th 2013 11-12 am, out of window second floor in suburban environment. Two Primo EM172 omni microphones (AB45 setting) in blimp > Sony PCM D50, sound-correction for DIY blimps with Audacity (from1-16kHz from 0 to +9dB log, >16kHz +9dB).
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