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post #16 of 26

To hear a mosque in Bali would be quite rare as it is a Hindu island :p I will definitely listen to it because I love Bali. Was this recorded near Den Pasar  or another city?

post #17 of 26

i set my itune on repeat n let the waves wash over my head as i snozzzzzz....now i know for sure how smooth those beaches are..:P

post #18 of 26
Thread Starter 
Actually it is not so rare to hear a mosque in Bali, I live just hundred meters away from one. It's noisy, but you get used to it.

Recordings arw made in Tukadmungga, village in North Bali, near Lovina.
post #19 of 26

are there lots of criket...frogs...in your backyard..cicadas.?? 

u managed to record some sound after a storm?? 

post #20 of 26
Thread Starter 

Wel, not in my backyard, but in the ricefield nearby....

 

Sound after storm? No. But (thunder) storms will come soon as the raining season is starting, heard the first rumbling and saw some lightning flashes....

 

Looking forward to the 24bits 96khz thunder :beyersmile: to share.

post #21 of 26

I feel like i am there already :)

post #22 of 26

Tony,  are u able to plug a headfone in n listen from the Tascam? :P

 

Any impression on the strength n weakness of this recorder? 

post #23 of 26
Thread Starter 

Yes, able to plug in head phones, for monitoring during recording and for play back... (Have no tried to use it as a DAP yet, but it should play 24/96 audio wav and 320kb mp3's of course)

 

Its my first recorder, cannot compare to others, and (at least some of) the quality you can judge yourself...

 

Will do some recording of a live rock band later...

 

Oh, it has a function where it pre records 2 seconds, so if you click record, 2 seconds of history are added :)

 

However, the click of pressing the record button is always audible :(

 

Tried another mic, dynamic cheap one, but the volume of the mic is too low. Also tried powered Rode Video (mono) Mic, but build in mics seem pretty good....

 

Of course I wonder how the stereo image would be of the DR-07, with the movable mics, but the stereo image of the DR-05 is pretty good, good enough for me..  Road test:  http://balisounds.com/road.zip 24/96 24.9mb (hand held)

 

Simple, good sounding recorder, but need dead cat (wind noise), tripod (or camera mount), larger memory card (supplied one is 2gb), has good battery life, but a pair of extra's is handy.


Edited by TonyVier - 10/23/13 at 12:08pm
post #24 of 26

the recording is very life-like, good enough to indulge in recording sounds from nature....

ya, try the rock concert...maybe u go onto the stage n see if u get surroundsound :P

post #25 of 26

Wow nice mate, btw indonesia is my country. Greetings from here ! :)

post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by BritsBoy View Post
 

Wow nice mate, btw indonesia is my country. Greetings from here ! :)

 

Noticed you just joined to Head-Fi here, welcome to the community mate! and sorry for your wallet...

 

 

(I finally get to say that lol :p)

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