Having spent the last 10 weeks getting up at very unsociable hours to make my recordings, I’ve decided to reconsider the position my recorder since it might be too close to the stream. Up until now there haven’t been many extraneous noises but there was a strong wind last night which I hoped would add some detail to the soundscape. Unfortunately, it seems to be drowned on the sound of the stream so I may have to start again.. I’ll check it on better speakers first..
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