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May 9

Example configurations

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Hi,

 

Just starting to do some nocturnal bird migration recordings, and I wondered if anyone could suggest a good configuration for this. Bit of a beginner to this, so some help would be appreciated!

May 17

Here is a nice post by Simon Gillings, it would be worth messaging them to see how they configure their devices on the contact page. I suggest starting with long duration recordings at 32kHz sample rate with mid-gain.

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