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March 12th, 2015

we put mics down almost inside glaciers from a smallish boat and listened. This and the sounds following are field recordings from Glacier Bay, Alaska

When you hear the loud crashing, that's when the glacier is dropping tons of ice off itself and into the bay It's called calving

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    CMeeson 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    CC Can you please check your messages I sent you a request, super appreciative or your response, thanks Cath 8767yy

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    SolotOn 1 year, 6 months ago

    thank you for the great sound

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    CMeeson 2 years, 6 months ago

    <3 awesome field recordings I do hope you continue, I came looking for specifics and these have inspired me with new work ideas

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    Bentuman 3 years, 10 months ago

    Thanks, I used this sound in a theatre show with 19th century slides about the Arctic expeditions of that period. It worked great!

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    CCCanary 3 years, 10 months ago

    Dear sklawlor,

    the last 37 seconds of which file?
    I do think I've explained and over explained what the sounds are. A loud obnoxious sound for quite a while is the glacier breaking off pieces of itself. There are rubbing sounds which are two pieces of glacier rubbing up against each other. All those bubbling and gurgling sounds are deep in the the glacier being picked up by a mic on a cord.
    I don't care if you process the sound. Have fun.

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