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Old thread reached bump limit and 404'd, so I figured I'd start a new one of these. Share your new and old recordings, tips and tricks, gear and equipment recommendations, etc.
Just went out in the field with my new Tascam DR-100MkIII. Was rather impressed with the preamps and quality of the recordings but I still have to get the hang of the proper input levels.

Here's a recording taken today at a new spot I visited, along with the desert spring in pic related. The recording has been unedited aside from cutting off the head and tail of the recording and boosting the loudness to TR-B32 standards. I had the input levels set at "18.0" while recording, as well as the built-in low-cut filter set to 220Hz. Huge improvement over the DR-05, probably even more so when I get better at using the device to its full potential. Let me know what you think, thanks! The band-tailed pigeons periodically hooting in the background are my favorite part. Thankfully the recorder did not pick up much of the thousands of flies/mosquitos/annoying flying insects swarming my exposed skin and face. They weren't bad in the meadow areas but were hellish in the shade of the forest canopy.

And here's another from today that I just uploaded, a duet by a pair of Scott's Orioles. Really beautiful songs they have, IMO.


Here's one more clip highlighting the song of the Scott's Oriole. This audio was a happy incidental result of trying to chase down and photograph one of these birds. While in the process of stalking it up the hillside, this guy re-located right next to my active recorder, so I was able to capture this very clear audio. Might have to try this form of strategic relocation again in the future!
I recorded this camping out late the other night. I was hoping someone could ID it for me

Interesting recording, is that you playing? Can't be of much help in identifying the birds in your recording, unfortunately.


Here's a clip of some mourning doves calling and taking off. Quality is kind of crap, it was windy and I had my input levels set pretty high.
Nice Tascam
Innawoods recording
I wish I could go out recording but I've had the hardest few months of my life. First exam is tomorrow. Kill me now.
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changed location, my Sony's also out there by the coyote den.
for a second I read that as "my son's..." kek
ive already got 50 hours of audio to review and both recorders are still /out/ there.

perhaps someone skilled in gait analysis can ID the creature walking down the creek here:

deer maybe

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