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Re: [microsound] Echolocation calls from bats

Dont know what j.frede use but most bat detectors have a line output=20
suitable for any recorder.

Never leave home without your bat detector, hydrophones and shotgun mic=20=


And there is a manufacturer of good detectors not far from you:=20

Sorry if I repeat any info already posted (I'm just back after a really=20=

great week at the prix ars in Linz).

/Jan L.

l=F6rdagen den 13 september 2003 kl 22.15 skrev Bj=F6rn Eriksson:

> Do you have a special bat sound recorder for capturing these high
> frequencys? What kind of bats were it you were recording in Utah?
> Sounds great with the bat performance!
> /Bj=F6rn Eriksson
> P.S. Just dicovered I had mispelled the word echolocation...
>> im doing a performance her in los angeles using recordings of bats i=20=

>> made
> in
>> utah a couple of months back.... really amazing sounds
>> j.frede
>> LIsten to these bat's echolation sounds - I think they have a pretty=20=

>> cool
>> microsound approach! http://www.batcon.org/discover/echo.html =20
>> (though we
>> can't here it if not transposed)
>> Some general info on echolation at
>> http://www.batcon.org/batsmag/v9n2-3.html
>> /Bj=F6rn Eriksson
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