This summer has been the strangest ever. There hasnt been a regular 2 days straight of sun and temps above 20 degress for the entire month of July. It was supposed to be warm right now. Schools are out, and every child in Denmark has been too since the start of July.
There has however been an unusual alot of thunder around here. On storm has ended and the next one has started a day or few later.
This has been the perfect opportunity, for me, to practice my thunder recording. I still have alot of difficulties harnessing the close cracks, and Im experiencing either birds whistling, cars passing, people whining and talking, or rain. On really rare occasions, I experience them all at once.
I have promised myself, that I will get as far away as possible, from the city next time theres a storm coming.
Here are the cracks I recorded the recent days. Birds included:D
A little note. Listen at 3.33, 4.03, and 4.31. Something really strange is happening. Like a slowdown pitching of the thunder.
So finally I decided to do something about it, and make a site where I could present my recorded sfx to the world.
Thanks to Casper Birch Burchberg, the webdesigner, I got it all put together very fast. Thanks Casper, I appreciate it!
Casper been putting up with my questions for hours and hours. Face to face, and mail to mail, on regular weekdays, and weekends too.
I suddenly felt very old (Im not am I?), asking how this, how that? Patience is a virtue. Casper has alot of that:)
On the blog, I will try my best to post about, as many as my field recording trips as possible, and what Im up to at the moment in the studio.
The rest of the site is dedicated to bringing affordable sfx libraries to editors and sound designers. Got a few new ones in the editorial process, and a few in the recording process. The last one will take some time to complete, as Im waiting for spring and some big creatures doing a special thing at that particular time.
I hope you will find the post and sounds offered in here to your liking.