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November 4th, 2016

4-channel record of a rolling thunder. The record is slow downed to 0,7-speed. The thunder has now very deep frequencies, which can shake your house, if you have the right equipment to play the file.
The 4 channels are recorded in IRT-cross technique (Microphone distance 25cm) so it is a 360° record.
http://irt-cross.mozello.de
At the end of the track the rain moves to the front channels. (Fade is starting at 1:20 min and is finished at 1:41min)
My other track can be used for "intro" followed by this track.
See/hear here for the intro option:
https://freesound.org/people/BlueDelta/sounds/446753/

The spatial impression is best if headphones are used.
CH1 = FL
CH2 = FR
CH3 = RL
CH4 = RR

The Download-file is a PolyWAV.
If you need to split the file (e.g.to make a stereo file), you can use the easy to use
"Wave Agent Beta"(free)
from Sound Devices for example. ;-)
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Used recording gear:
ZOOM F8
4 x Rode NT1 (without "A" = the black ones)

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Type
Wave (.wav)
Duration
02:02:000
Filesize
67.0 MB
Samplerate
48000.0 Hz
Bitdepth
24 bit
Channels
4
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