Autumn Forest Wind. Light wind in tall pine trees. Raindrop at end.
Soundscapes of natural white noise of moderate intensity. Some are stagnant or static and with few birds.
The presents of the colourful red and yellow dry leaves that is still on the trees, creates the noise of the wind with rustling whispers.
Is a constantly form of natural white noise that is always changing and evolving. These recordings is from my third attempt.
I think it is very difficult to record the “spirit” and unique sound of the wind. This is pure natural wind sounds (no layering, no post-processing, no synthesizers). Originally recorded at 24 bit Sony DAT TCD-D7 on a Sony ECM-909 microphone.
Recorded in Sweden September of 2007 in a wet cold beautiful colourful forest, with all kind of trees, far away from any traffic or human sounds.
I also agree - after attempting a few times, wind as a recording - to get the distinctness of it to say 'yes, that is wind' is quite difficult. I don't want that low rumbly noise when the wind hits a microphone, even through a wind filter, I want the coming and going of wind - then isolated from other elements - making it sound just like wind and NOT water... haha and not like a horror movie - a true sound representation of the element of wind. Finding specific trees and a specific wind pattern for a particular day might be key! Thanks for your recording!