The main page for the trip has photos and some narrative etc.
To hear a recording, just click on a link. To download one, right-click and select a "download" option. They are not professional quality by any means, but hopefully give you some idea of the natural symphony.
Each recording lasts approximately 20 or 30 seconds. Thank you...
|Recordings||"mp3" format (smaller files, about 200-600 kBytes each)||"wav" format (larger files, about 2-6 MBytes each, slightly higher quality)|
|Taken from video: there is more background noise but also more of the ambience, particularly you can hear the echo across the loch. There's a bit of birdsong as bonus:||vid-1 (mp3)||vid-1 (wav)|
|vid-2 (mp3)||vid-2 (wav)|
|Taken from phone: these capture more of the very varied character of the noises of the ice sliding, cracking and breaking:||phon-1 (mp3)||phon-1 (wav)|
|phon-2 (mp3)||phon-2 (wav)|
|phon-3 (mp3)||phon-3 (wav)|
|phon-4 (mp3)||phon-4 (wav)|
(Text etc. by Daniel and Clare Gordon. March 2013).
Please e-mail any requests or comments about this site to us at our home address, if you have it. Otherwise please use Daniel's university address, D.R.H.Gordon@leeds.ac.uk. Thank you.
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