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September 11th, 2017

Raw audio of the solar eclipse soundscape at 92% totality just north-west of Jacksonville, Florida in Callahan. This recording is the second part of the 3rd recording that was started at 3:21PM and ends at 4:00PM (a few minutes before the end of the event).

The audio is raw except that I removed a few scattered seconds of artifacts and clicks. With the storm gone, it seems all of the airplanes suddenly returned. This is the original file that was recorded at 96kHz/24-bit stereo.

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The sound was recorded using a "H1 Zoom recorder".

Originally recorded on 21st August 2017.

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    killerspecies 2 months ago

    I don't understand why the solar eclipse would change the sounds in the area. Is there something special here?

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Type
Wave (.wav)
Duration
18:22:539
Filesize
605.6 MB
Samplerate
96000.0 Hz
Bitdepth
24 bit
Channels
Stereo
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