Immerse yourself and your audience with our growing catalog of sound effects from Field recording is the term used for an audio recording produced outside a recording studio. More sessions from all over the world. We drop in on locations around the globe to record places and spaces, ambiences, impulse responses, animals, objects, and much more! Check out our AudioNomad blog to learn about our field recording gear, some approaches to recording, and just to take in some of the wonderful locations we stop to share.
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We use a range of field recording gear, including Binaural recording is a method of recording sound that uses two microphones, arranged with the intent to create a 3-D stereo sound sensation for the listener. More, Due to the narrowness of their forward sensitivity, shotgun microphones are commonly used on television and film sets, in stadiums, and for field recording of wildlife., and The X-Y stereo technique utilizes two directional microphones at the same place, and typically placed at 90° or more to each other to achieve a stereo effect. More stereo microphones, as well as an Ambisonic field recorder to deliver the best quality sounds for each of the unique environments we record in.