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Category: Field Recording.
In order to reveal the hidden, some thinking outside the box may be required.
If you wish to use conventional air microphones, you might want to consider unconventional techniques, which will themselves highly depend on your subject.
For instance, mics such as the small are so tiny that they can fit in many places and offer a very different perspective on sounding objects than what we are used to.
What if you hung a pair of these down a sewer pipe.
What if you stuck them in a car engine.
What if you squeezed them in some tiny crack of a wall in your house when it is raining.
What if you hid them inside a sculpture and captured how the air moves through it.
What if you used them as contact mics so that you capture both the vibrations in the air as well as the ones that resonate through the surfaces.
And finally more from geophone and ultrasonics examples from Jez Riley French can be found.
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