I’ve only had the Sennheiser 8040’s for a few days and have been out recording as much as I can to familiarize myself with the microphones. I have been amazed at the quality and low noise of these mics. I will be doing more blog posts with in depth info in the days and weeks ahead. I am just so thrilled with the glass sounds recorded that I wanted to quickly share them. Now I’ve got to go back to real work!
Here are some glass window frame debris demos I recorded at 24-Bit 192K with a SD 702 and the 8040 mics:
Glass crack recording with a matched stereo pair of Sennheiser 8040s. 1. Original Pitch 2. One Octave Down 3. Two Octaves Down
Glass crack recording with a matched stereo pair of Sennheiser 8040s. This file is at 0.92 playback speed in Soundminer v4 Pro
Here are the files I used for free! They are 24-Bit 96kHz converted from 192K in Soundminer v4 Pro.
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