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1. Sparta MKH Remix V1.1

Sparta MKH Remix V1.1

Base by IalexStudios3D. And used for his collabs.

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4. LS11 vs SASS/MKH20s Environmental Ambience Recording Comparison

LS11 vs SASS/MKH20s Environmental Ambience Recording Comparison

An ambient birdsong recording, comparing the audio quality from an Olympus LS11 (budget) against a SASS and pair of Sennheiser MKH20 mics into Sound Devices 722 (premium) Part 1: SASS/MKH20s/SD722 Part 2: Olympus LS11 Part 3: Olympus LS11 after clean up in Protools Recording of Noisy Friarbirds and other honeyeaters at Killawarra forest, Australia

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5. Thunderstorm May 19 2016 MKH8040ST ORTF

Thunderstorm May 19 2016 MKH8040ST ORTF

Free Crazy Sound for May 2016: Evening Thunderstorm The free "CRAZY SOUND" of the month for May 2016. A nice evening thunderstorm recorded with a Sennheiser MKH8040-ST ORTF stereo microphone late in the evening. The sound file is 24-Bit 48kHz with Soundminer Metadata embedded. Enjoy! Namaste - Frank On May 18, 2016 a fairly scattered and isolated storm front moved in the area and I set up a Sennheiser MKH8040ST ORTF microphone setup out under my "Thunder Protection Unit". This area is basically some trees with a rig to hold a moving blanket over the microphones to protect them from any rain drops. Tres are great, they soften and filter the heavy drops out and the moving blanket keeps everything dry. This two minute and thirty second soundscape contains the last three thunder claps that occurred after a stunning twenty four minute storm blew through. I had pulled the MKH8040-ST rig out from under the tress and was ready to head off to sleep when a second, quicker set of thunder claps presented themselves. The time was 11 o'clock in the evening which is the best time to record this stuff around here. No cars driving by, no birds or insects. There were a couple of crickets but they ceased as soon as the wind and rain kicked in. This work is made and given to you under license. By accepting this work, you agree to the following terms and conditions. Your use of this work is limited and restricted solely for the purpose of synchronizing recordings there from in timed relation with films, training or marketing presentations, radio and television presentations or commercials, and any other multimedia, audiovisual or computer generated displays, programs or presentations. Neither you nor anyone else may make any copies of any of the recordings on this work, except as may be designated to a single stand alone workstation for the purpose of specific audio and/or visual synchronization at your own facility. Transfer, copying, selling or duplication of the work in whole or in part for any other purpose is expressly prohibited unless specifically authorized in writing by The Recordist. *** Transfer of one or more sounds to any format allowing network or remote access by two or more end users requires a multi-user License. Contact The Recordist for details. In the event of a breach of these terms, action may be taken against you directly by the owner of the copyright. End User License Agreement: www.therecordist.com/company/eula All images and sounds Copyright 2016 Frank Bry - Creative Sound Design, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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6. Rain Drips Splatty MKH8040ST ORTF

Rain Drips Splatty MKH8040ST ORTF

FREE Crazy Sound of the Week for March 22, 2013. I've been doing quite a bit of ORTF recording lately and this week the weather was perfect for recording in the field. The weather changed on a dime this week, one minute it was sunny and the next hail and rain stormed through. I recorded this downpour on my deck during a hail storm which then gave way to some heavy rain. The sound is mostly the drips hitting the wood deck. I am just loving the stereo image of this setup. Recorded with a MKH8040ST set in ORTF inside a ORTF Rycote system. It's FREE at 24/48 Enjoy! --Frank The standard THERECORDIST.COM single user license applies to this free sound effect. COPYRIGHT NOTICE This work is made and given to you under license. By accepting this work, you agree to the following terms and conditions. Your use of this work is limited and restricted solely for the purpose of synchronizing recordings there from in timed relation with films, training or marketing presentations, radio and television presentations or commercials, and any other multimedia, audiovisual or computer generated displays, programs or presentations. Neither you nor anyone else may make any copies of any of the recordings on this work, except as may be designated to a single stand alone workstation for the purpose of specific audio and/or visual synchronization at your own facility. Transfer, copying or duplication of the work in whole or in part for any other purpose is expressly prohibited unless specifically authorized in writing by The Recordist. *** Transfer of one or more sounds to any format allowing network or remote access by two or more end users requires a multi-user License. Contact The Recordist for details. In the event of a breach of these terms, action may be taken against you directly by the owner of the copyright. End User License Agreement: http://www.therecordist.com/company/eula All images and sounds copyright 2013 Frank Bry - Creative Sound Design. All Rights Reserved.

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7. Crazy Horse MKH8040 From The Recordist

Crazy Horse MKH8040 From The Recordist

The universe dropped a couple of horses next door to my ranch a while back. When the owners take one out and ride this one goes nuts. I call him the Crazy Horse. He was quiet for a while after I arrived to record him but then he ignored me and started to make lots of noise. He even kicked up once as he was running by me. Recorded at 24-Bit 192kHz with a Sennheiser MKH-8040 to a Sound Devices SD-702 recorder. All images and sounds copyright 2013 Frank Bry - Creative Sound Design. All Rights Reserved.

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8. Chains 8040 MKH416 Comparison MKH416

Chains 8040 MKH416 Comparison MKH416

I know it's obvious that recording with a high frequency microphone and playing that sound back at lower pitches and slowed down that the results retain highs that would be lost with a regular frequency range microphone. I'm not breaking any new ground here but today I recorded some chains hanging from the ceiling of my garage with a Sennheiser MKH-8040 and MKH-416 at 192k and wanted to share some sound samples from each microphone.

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9. Chains 8040 MKH416 Comparison 8040 48k

Chains 8040 MKH416 Comparison 8040 48k

I know it's obvious that recording with a high frequency microphone and playing that sound back at lower pitches and slowed down that the results retain highs that would be lost with a regular frequency range microphone. I'm not breaking any new ground here but today I recorded some chains hanging from the ceiling of my garage with a Sennheiser MKH-8040 and MKH-416 at 192k and wanted to share some sound samples from each microphone.

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10. Chains 8040 MKH416 Comparison 8040

Chains 8040 MKH416 Comparison 8040

I know it's obvious that recording with a high frequency microphone and playing that sound back at lower pitches and slowed down that the results retain highs that would be lost with a regular frequency range microphone. I'm not breaking any new ground here but today I recorded some chains hanging from the ceiling of my garage with a Sennheiser MKH-8040 and MKH-416 at 192k and wanted to share some sound samples from each microphone.

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11. The Frog Pond MKH8040 ORTF

The Frog Pond MKH8040 ORTF

The Frog Pond Recordings http://www.therecordist.com/the-frog-pond-recordings I recently bumped into a friend of mine from the area and the first thing he said to me was "I was just thinking about you the other day, I have these frogs in my pond that make one hell of a racket at night. You should come record them" By the way, this happens to me quite a bit when I meet friends at social events or just hang out. They always let me know if they have heard something interesting that I might want to record, lucky me! All photographs and sounds copyright 2013 Frank Bry - Creative Sound Design. All Rights Reserved.

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12. Chains 8040 MKH416 Comparison MKH416 48k

Chains 8040 MKH416 Comparison MKH416 48k

I know it's obvious that recording with a high frequency microphone and playing that sound back at lower pitches and slowed down that the results retain highs that would be lost with a regular frequency range microphone. I'm not breaking any new ground here but today I recorded some chains hanging from the ceiling of my garage with a Sennheiser MKH-8040 and MKH-416 at 192k and wanted to share some sound samples from each microphone.

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13. Train Engine MKH8040 MKH8050

Train Engine MKH8040 MKH8050

The MKH8040 and MKH8050 perspective. In August 2013 I had the opportunity to record a rare diesel powered train from the 1950's. This was a long time in coming but it finally happened thanks to a few friends and the really cool guys who were tasked with making the machine operational. Here is the back story: In 2011 during the recording of North Country Trains sound effects library I stumbled upon the old locomotive parked along the switching tracks in Ponderay Idaho. It look as though it was being refurbished but I was not sure. A few days later I asked around town and a friend of mine actually knew about the train and who was working on it. HE told me he would look into it and a few weeks later he called and told me it was going to start up very soon and would I be available to record on short notice. Of course I said "Oh yeah, I can be ready at a moments notice!" The video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9yyq3HAUHc Please Note: This Soundcloud audio file is downloadable at 16-Bit 48kHz. The Recordist's standard single user license applies to this free sound effect. This work is made and given to you under license. By accepting this work, you agree to the following terms and conditions. Your use of this work is limited and restricted solely for the purpose of synchronizing recordings there from in timed relation with films, training or marketing presentations, radio and television presentations or commercials, and any other multimedia, audiovisual or computer generated displays, programs or presentations. Neither you nor anyone else may make any copies of any of the recordings on this work, except as may be designated to a single stand alone workstation for the purpose of specific audio and/or visual synchronization at your own facility. Transfer, copying or duplication of the work in whole or in part for any other purpose is expressly prohibited unless specifically authorized in writing by The Recordist. *** Transfer of one or more sounds to any format allowing network or remote access by two or more end users requires a multi-user License. Contact The Recordist for details. In the event of a breach of these terms, action may be taken against you directly by the owner of the copyright. End User License Agreement: http://www.therecordist.com/company/eula All images and sounds Copyright 2013 Frank Bry - Creative Sound Design. All Rights Reserved.

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14. M60 Machine Gun MKH8040

M60 Machine Gun MKH8040

This is the M-60E03 machine gun recorded today. The second session with four close up MKH-8040s. A stereo pair and two mono 8040s were used. Recorded to two SD-702 recorders sync locked at 24bit 96k.

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15. Train Engine MKH8040ST

Train Engine MKH8040ST

The MKH-8040ST perspective from rear of train. In August 2013 I had the opportunity to record a rare diesel powered train from the 1950's. This was a long time in coming but it finally happened thanks to a few friends and the really cool guys who were tasked with making the machine operational. Here is the back story: In 2011 during the recording of North Country Trains sound effects library I stumbled upon the old locomotive parked along the switching tracks in Ponderay Idaho. It look as though it was being refurbished but I was not sure. A few days later I asked around town and a friend of mine actually knew about the train and who was working on it. HE told me he would look into it and a few weeks later he called and told me it was going to start up very soon and would I be available to record on short notice. Of course I said "Oh yeah, I can be ready at a moments notice!" The video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9yyq3HAUHc Please Note: This Soundcloud audio file is downloadable at 16-Bit 48kHz. The Recordist's standard single user license applies to this free sound effect. This work is made and given to you under license. By accepting this work, you agree to the following terms and conditions. Your use of this work is limited and restricted solely for the purpose of synchronizing recordings there from in timed relation with films, training or marketing presentations, radio and television presentations or commercials, and any other multimedia, audiovisual or computer generated displays, programs or presentations. Neither you nor anyone else may make any copies of any of the recordings on this work, except as may be designated to a single stand alone workstation for the purpose of specific audio and/or visual synchronization at your own facility. Transfer, copying or duplication of the work in whole or in part for any other purpose is expressly prohibited unless specifically authorized in writing by The Recordist. *** Transfer of one or more sounds to any format allowing network or remote access by two or more end users requires a multi-user License. Contact The Recordist for details. In the event of a breach of these terms, action may be taken against you directly by the owner of the copyright. End User License Agreement: http://www.therecordist.com/company/eula All images and sounds Copyright 2013 Frank Bry - Creative Sound Design. All Rights Reserved.

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16. The Frog Pond MKH8040 XY

The Frog Pond MKH8040 XY

The Frog Pond Recordings http://www.therecordist.com/the-frog-pond-recordings I recently bumped into a friend of mine from the area and the first thing he said to me was "I was just thinking about you the other day, I have these frogs in my pond that make one hell of a racket at night. You should come record them" By the way, this happens to me quite a bit when I meet friends at social events or just hang out. They always let me know if they have heard something interesting that I might want to record, lucky me! All photographs and sounds copyright 2013 Frank Bry - Creative Sound Design. All Rights Reserved.

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17. 01 Distressing Voices

  • Published: 2015-02-07T00:58:36Z
  • By mkh1234
01 Distressing Voices

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20. The Cannon MKH8040 Comparison

The Cannon MKH8040 Comparison

This is a demonstration of a cannon using four MKH8040 microphones. One stereo MKH8040 set in XY at 90 degrees about 20 feet behind and a dual mono MKH8040 set about 30 feet behind spaced wide and pointed at the barrel. The first shots are at normal pitch and the next shots are an octave lower (50% speed) The end of the demo has some designed shots with a whole bunch of transient modifiers, compression, EQ, Bass enhancement and Limiting. This is a cannon... not a huge cannon but a decent sized fairly portable cannon that makes quite a bang. When you pack it with synthetic black powder, ram a chunk of solid steel down the barrel, light the fuse, run for cover, block your ears and wait... it makes a noise, a loud noise. This is the first of many sessions planned with this cannon over the next few weeks and I plan on recording it in many locations. Next location is high up on a cliff overlooking the river where there is not much but solid rock around. I named it the "Cannon on Call" as I can record it pretty much anytime I would like with just a little advance notice and planning. This session was initially going to be at a mountain location deep in the woods but the entry gate was locked so I had to move it to another location, the driveway of the people that own the cannon. This was not a bad locations since the gear was easy to set up and it was still quiet enough for recording.

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