Sound Of The Day


Black Spider Monkey Call for You Social Creatures

Published on November 16th, 2012 | by PSE

If the rainforest were like high school, then black spider monkeys—despite longish arms some might call freakish, or at least disproportionate—are basically the popular kids. Quite the socialite, the black spider monkey tends to hang in [&hellip... Read More

Sound Recording

Laura Sinnott prepares to record the Armagh Rhymers

Strange Places to Plant or Hide Lav Microphones

Published on November 15th, 2012 | by Laura Sinnott

In my years of recording sound effects and dialogue for film and commercial production I have hidden microphpones, mostly lav microphones, in all kinds of places (as I’m sure most sound recordists have). I’ve planted microphones [&hellip... Read More

Audio Branding


Jeff Bizub Uses Music Theory to Fix GE Engines

Published on November 14th, 2012 | by PSE

Talk about heavy metal. As you may have read, GE Engineer Jeff Bizub made small pockets of audio and engineering geeks giddy earlier this year when, essentially, he transposed the frequencies of spark ignition engines to pre-diagnose breakdowns before [&hellip... Read More

Sound Of The Day


Macaw Flight Call to Mark Your Territory

Published on October 25th, 2012 | by PSE

Macaws are an endangered species, and one of the most colorful members of the parrot family. Their loud calls help them communicate within a flock, stake out territory and identify one another. That’s why they squawk [&hellip... Read More

Sound Of The Day


Marine Iguana Sneeze Sound to Ward Off Germaphobes

Published on October 18th, 2012 | by PSE

Marine iguanas normally eat underwater, from algae beds. A curious result of which is sneezing, since, after returning to land, they must excrete the saltwater they’ve swallowed. These endangered creatures are the only seafaring lizards that [&hellip... Read More

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