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May 13, 2010

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hye,
i would like to ask, are using Sony Hi-MD alone to record bird song? or maybe u can elaborate more about how are u using that stuff to record bird song. because i'm interested in bird song recorder but i'm quite blurry about the technique.
hope to hear from u..

Hi, sorry for the late reply. Yes, I use the Sony with a Sennheiser MKE 300 microphone. You can easily record just with the Sony though. See this post for more:
http://www.fouragesofsand.com/2010/05/dont-you-just-love-the-internet-a-week-ago-i-had-this-vagueideathat-i-wanted-to-record-wildlife-and-birdsongprevious-post.html#tp

See the Audio and Spectrograms category in the left hand sidebar (http://www.fouragesofsand.com/audio-spectrograms/#tp) for more results and the software I use. It's all free and pretty easy to use. Any other questions, please ask.

Good luck,

Iain

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