Recordings of the ice recorded in: MS stereo, with hydrophones and with contact mics.
Stereo recordings of the ice in many mic positions; Underwater recordings of the ice; Ice recorded with contact mics placed on the ice surface; Check the sound list for info.
Here you can find: kick, blast, cracks and other “strange” sounds of the ice. Great material for sound design, Foley etc. Recordings are organized in folders by type of the sound. Metadata tagged with description of equipment used included.
Structure borne sound (contact mics) and hydrophone recordings are captured in two channels (at the same time-in sync). Ch. left is closer to the object and Ch. right is away from the object. You can experiment with the levels of two channels to get the depth of field. (Just a few hydrophone recordings are recorded in mono/single hydrophone)
Conventional stereo recordings are recorded in MS with Sennheiser MKH 60/40/30 and Sound Devices 744T.
Contact mics are JRFs and hydrophones are Aquarian audio H2O-XLR routed via Sound Devices Mix Pre (Lundahl input transformers) to get warmer sound.
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