dear vlf sound collectors,
i know it's indeed not a strictly radio-science discussion related
post i wrote, but i am hoping i won't disturb anyone with it:
i am looking for -any kind of- vlf recordings of yours, especially the
ones you find interesting and/or beautiful and is worth publishing
online. i would like to collect them and publish them as a -free-
download at my cc-licensed netlabel complementary distribution (url:
deadline: the end of july 2007. (can be expanded if needed)
format/info you need to send:
-320k mp3 -at least- (but any lossless format is also welcome),
44.1khz, stereo (if needed)
-the name, place & date of the recording
-the recorder's full name & brief introduction of him/herself
-a few descriptive sentences on what can be heard (in english), and
how it was recorded
-send your submissions to andras.hargitai@...
-send as many pieces as you can!
-if you have something indeed beautiful but only with lower quality,
don't hesitate to send that too, but please if possible keep to the
format mentioned above!
-the whole netlabel of mine is non-profit, the release would be
entirely free, so nobody would get any fees for anything
-if you feel like something more should be added apart from the info
enumarated above or you have a question, don't hesitate to send it via
email or via this group
the free cc-licensed release would come along with a pdf in which the
above mentioned pieces of information would also be published. so
people who send recordings would also get publicity.
my mission is to get more spotlight on vlf sounds which i also find
interesting and beautiful, and to introduce them to people who are not
aware of these audio-beauties at all! please help if you'd like to!
many thanks in advance, and i hope i didn't disturb anyone here with
bitlab records/complementary distribution