This unique ambience collection contains 22 elegant 24-Bit 96kHz wind sounds from some intense windstorms in the forest and a corn field here in North Idaho.
Recorded over 3 distinct seasons, this collection has classic North Idaho blowing wind through tall fir trees with leaves and without. My ranch has a wide open field surrounded by thick forests on 3 sides. When I was recording I could hear the wind from quite a distance storming towards me. With slight howling and long sweeping gusts this wind demonstrates the open and dynamic forest landscape here in the North Western part of the US.
The wind through dry corn stalks are from my feeble attempt at a corn garden on my ranch. Recorded during an high wind event on a hot summer afternoon. The corn had long since died off but was still standing tall. I was making a last walk through of the garden before the colder temperatures set in and noticed the wonderful noises coming from the corn section. I was not sure how long the wind was going to last so I ran and got my PCM-D1 and sat low near the stalks and started recording. I was very pleased with the results and I switched to the Sanken CSS-5 and continued recording for a different sound.
Sound Devices 702 recorder – Sanken CSS-5 microphone (Normal & Wide stereo mode) – Sony PCM-D1
Files: 22 • Download: 975.7MB• Format: Stereo/Mono • Bit Depth: 24-Bit • Sample Rate: 96kHz • Metadata: Soundminer/BWAV