April birds singing in the North Sea dunes just before sunset. Deep engine hum coming from sea-going ships at the other side of the dunes audible. The ship is directly to the coast now (crow flies at 600-700 m from mic tot ship).
This deep ship engine humming ambience is very typical for this location behind the 50 m high sand dunes. When there is almost no wind and it come from the sea like now it hurts your eardrums when the ship and you are on the right spot. The acoustics works like in an old Roman theatre.
Recorded:, May 10th 2015, sunset.
Date/time: Tuesday, April 12th 2016, sunset, 8pm
Weather: sunny, wind S 1bft, temp 10c
Location; Dunes Dishoek, Zeeland, the Netherland (Holland), Europe. maps
Gear: Primo EM 172 in AB40 setting in Rode Blimp > Sony PCM D50. When you want to use it in MONO –> delete one channel and make the other channel mono.
This is a high quality lossless 48/24 recording in flac compression. Can be converted in wav with audacity.
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