As you might have noticed I haven’t updated the blog for a while as I’ve been busy lately working on a couple of projects leaving almost no time to go out sound hunting.

Anyway, here’s a sign of the oncoming spring; a drifting ice floe down at the marina in Limhamn recorded underwater with a hydrophone.

The thumping sounds you hear comes from the floe slowly nudging against a boulder in the breakwater.

Geek note: Aquarian H2a-XLR -> Sony PCM-D50 (using a XLR->3,5mm adapter)

Starting out tomorrow I’m going for a short hike in Blekinge over the weekend, hopefully this will give me the opportunity to get some nature recordings for a sound installation I’m working on as well as some stuff to post here.

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