Wind In Broadleaf Trees is a collection of recordings focusing on wind through broadleaf trees. Recorded in a Swedish forest in October it is representative of the most common broadleaf trees in Europe and other areas with a temperate climate.
In this collection I wanted to capture evocative and emotional wind sounds, from the soothing and relaxing soft winds, tense moderate winds, dramatic strong winds and the transitions between the different emotions or speeds of wind.
The collection was recorded at 24 bits 96Khz with an A-B stereo setup. It contains both longer files, with two minutes and more in length and shorter files edited to be a seamless loop. The files also come with embedded metadata.
Number of Files: 42 High Quality WAVS (66 minutes)
Size Unpacked: 2.15 GB
Sample Rate: 96kHz/24bit
Gear Used: Two DPA 4060s in an A-B Stereo configuration inside a Rycote Windshield, recorded into a Tascam DR-44WL. Edited in Pro Tools, metatagged in Soundly.
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