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buzby
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33 posts since 25 Oct, 2006, from Iceland

Postby buzby; Mon May 14, 2018 7:52 am Re: 90 mph storm in a shipping container



thanks for this mate - :)
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33 posts since 25 Oct, 2006, from Iceland

Postby buzby; Mon May 14, 2018 8:01 am Re: 90 mph storm in a shipping container

ghettosynth wrote:Interesting. You should make that more clear on your BC page. Does this apply to your other works, in particular, the Icelandic winds?


thanks - yes i will adjust all bandcamp recordings to make this more clear -

yes all recordings have single user license - royalty free EULA's
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33 posts since 25 Oct, 2006, from Iceland

Postby buzby; Mon May 14, 2018 8:04 am Re: 90 mph storm in a shipping container

pljones wrote:Hope you checked the Icelandic winter winds, too, then. I wish I had some use for them, they sound really nice!


thanks -

and thanks for the general nice feedback for everyone :D
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33 posts since 25 Oct, 2006, from Iceland

Postby buzby; Mon May 14, 2018 8:06 am Re: 90 mph storm in a shipping container

if anyone in the thread is interested in the icelandic winter winds i'll work out how make a discount code on BC and post you a PM with it

let me know :D
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ians
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130 posts since 26 Oct, 2004, from U.K.

Postby ians; Mon May 14, 2018 8:15 am Re: 90 mph storm in a shipping container

Out of interest, what equipment do you use?
buzby
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33 posts since 25 Oct, 2006, from Iceland

Postby buzby; Mon May 14, 2018 8:30 am Re: 90 mph storm in a shipping container

ians wrote:Out of interest, what equipment do you use?


for the shipping container recording - sound devices 633 and sennheiser mkh 30 and 8050 m/s set up
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Nielzie
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8975 posts since 28 May, 2005, from Netherlands

Postby Nielzie; Mon May 14, 2018 10:15 am Re: 90 mph storm in a shipping container

buzby wrote:
Michael L wrote:I'm a fan of storms so I got it, and its so broadband that a bit of eq brings out the drama.


thanks michael, really appreciate it - i aim to release all recordings with no eq, compression etc

im looking for unusual places to record some of the crazy weather here - i ve been finding little abandoned fisk storage houses in the lava fields

Wow, the nature in your country seems so beautiful :love:
None are so hopeless enslaved as KVRians with GAS.
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33 posts since 25 Oct, 2006, from Iceland

Postby buzby; Tue May 15, 2018 9:57 am Re: 90 mph storm in a shipping container

the nature here is just amazing - not many trees and i like forest areas - but there are other elements which i love
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33 posts since 25 Oct, 2006, from Iceland

Postby buzby; Wed May 16, 2018 10:30 am Re: 90 mph storm in a shipping container

Nielzie wrote:
buzby wrote:
Michael L wrote:Wow, the nature in your country seems so beautiful :love:


coupe of video images here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEFU7J-qjqM
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