My new Olympus LS-10 sound recorder recently arrived in the mail and I’m having great fun experimenting with it. I’m excited to take the recorder to Greenland for my High Latitudes Expedition where I plan to make field recordings of wild life and the environment, as well as interview the researchers I work with. To filter wind noise, I have a Windjammer (it looks like a tiny Russian hat) which fits over the microphones. Here’s a brief clip from some chatting with my dad, Seelye Martin. He’s an oceanographer with the University of Washington who specializes in studying sea ice and remote sensing. I hold him partly responsible for my fixation with ice- something about growing up with polar parkas in the hall closet and stories of remote regions…
2 Responses to “Sound Recorder”
Great sound quality! Looking forward to hearing more audio creations.
Your dad looks like I remember him from the Lexington High cross-country team in 1958 (or at any rate like the same person that much later!)