Category Archive for 'Africa'

After 30 days of driving on Tanzanian roads our bodies (and gear) were feeling battered, bruised and we seemed to have as much dust on the inside of the Land Rover as on the road surface! Nevertheless, we felt some anticipation at the prospect of going to Ruaha National Park, a little visited national park […]

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With this post I’d like to take you through our new recording ‘Safari’ track by track – sharing how we made the recording and give you an insight into what you’re hearing. Tweet

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The African landscape is dominated by big animals; wildebeest, zebra, elephant, lions – the animals people come from all over the world to see. For me as a nature sound recordist, they posed both an opportunity and a huge problem. How was I going to record them? How could I record anything else with them […]

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For me, the dawn chorus is nature’s great symphony. It is a time when nature transitions from the gentle sounds of the night into the activity of the day.Tweet

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