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Caribbean Waves (audio)

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by damoncooper, Jun 15, 2016.

  1. damoncooper

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    Maybe an unconventional use of OSMO + X5R + Rodelink wireless audio, but I wanted a high-quality 20 min recording of the caribbean ocean surf for relaxation and to use for audio on some upcoming video projects. 20min, 320Kbps, 48KHz, MP3., download is 43MB.

    Enjoy and feel free to use.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/8981099/CaribbeanWaves.mp3
     
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  2. lake_flyer

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    Thanks Damon. I will use this as a sound effect in my next score. For sure!
    Love the quality.

    I have been at Puerto Rico and the Dutch Antilles a long time ago and lost all my super8 film in the mail to the Fuji developing service. Too bad, wonderful footage of wales and giant sea turtles, lost forever.

    Caribbean blue surf always sound better than the grey green waves at good old and cold Scheveningen :)
     
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    Thank you very much! I'm sitting in my office in south germany, the weather suxx since weeks and i downloaded and listened to the whole file! I swear i heard a nasty wet fart!! (nah i don#t tell you where, listen and find it yourself!!) ;)

    chris
     
  4. damoncooper

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    Must have been a fish then, as the Rodelink was on top of the beach seawall in front of my rental house in Mexico and there were no humans for 100 meters :) (The Rodelink is a wireless solution)
     
  5. damoncooper

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    Oh by the way, it goes without saying, but don't operate any heavy machinery while listening to this.......
     
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    Nah - i'm an IT guy like you :)

    Chris
     
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    BTW, interesting ttidbut, the OSMO records audio into the MP4 at 48KHz, 32-bit depth, mono track. Decent enough quality with a good mic.
     
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    Thank you very much!!!:)
     
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    The sound of water in any form... well, almost any form... but one... o_O I find to be very soothing.

    Good work! :cool: Thanks for your willingness to share!
     
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    I used a Philips stereo external mic on the Osmo to film my sons heavy metal band. The capturing of the sound was most important of course.
    Amazing what the Osmo/X3/Philips can handle. No limiting or clipping and I was standing only 10 feet from the stage. Highly recommended to get a decent external mic. You wont regret it.
     
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