field recording microphone


Subject: field recording microphone
From: andrea cornell (acorn451@yahoo.ca)
Date: Fri Nov 04 2005 - 11:39:41 EST


Hello la list!

I am in search for a directional microphone for
outdoor field recording. IT needs to be pretty robust
and capable of functioning in sub zero temperatures,
think Montreal in February at 4am on the traintracks..

The only constraint is that it has to be under 999$

thanks for any suggestions
andrea-jane
--- Ian Chuprun <ian@7circles.ca> wrote:

>
>
> Eliot Handelman wrote:
> > I've recently been playing around with an idea I
> call
> > "structural favoritism." This means the kind of
> listening
> > where you "wait for the good parts." This used to
> be
> > considered a very low-class way to listen to
> classical music.
>
> I think you might be on to something here, but its
> not necessarily
> restricted to a musical experience. In art school I
> had many profs,
> painting/drawing/printmaking, who would point to a
> work (student or pro)
> and say that they thought a particular section of it
> was 'good', but
> isolating that section alone, without the bad parts,
> it would no longer
> be 'good'. It seemed the good stuff needed to be
> imbedded in 'other'
> stuff. I guess a good piece is one where the bad
> parts make the listener
> suffer just long enough to appreciate the good
> parts;-)
>
> Ian
>
>
>

        

        
                
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