This entry has been awarded runner up in the Habitat class of the 2012 WSRS Wildlife Sound Recording Society sound competition.
This is a file that I recorded on May 28, 2012 in Italy, in the mountains near Verona, Lessinia, at 1400 meters above sea level. The soundscape is very angle limited because captured with a parabola stereo using a Telinga Universal, were inside I placed a DIY 3+3 parallel connected EM 172 Primo Stereo microphones.
No processing was done in post production.
The species recognizable are: Turdus viscivorus, Parus ater, Phoenicurus phoenicurus, Cuculus canorus. Captured holding the parabola by hand, no tripod at all.
These the coordinates: 45.659824,11.085538
BEWARE: the Roland R05 is a digital recorder very FRAGILE both for the 3.5 mm jack and the electronic board, much better and stronger is the Sony M10. This is my opinion after using both recorders.