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December 1st, 2018

11/29/2018 - Burbank, California

Rain, flooding, and mudslides come to California when a sudden storm hit today. Most people got off the freeways quickly and tried to protect their homes from water damage.

This recording was recorded with a ZoomH4nPro (2018) set at 120 degree field-pattern mode. The Zoom was placed on a tripod facing out a 3rd floor window into a dead-end alleyway below.

This recording is great atmospheric sound. The water can be heard trickling off Spanish tile rooftops and dripping from overflowing terracotta pots.

From the passing cars on a distant highway, to the occasional cough of a homeless gentleman walking on the street below, this recording is genuine and clean.

Imagine adding that sound of a metal garbage can and a shrieking cat in the night! A sound that's great for sleeping or portraying a dark alley in Gotham!

Enjoy!

Christopher C. Courter

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    watchtheseer 6 months, 1 week ago

    Awesome! I remember that storm from the 91604! Nice job!

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