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PaluSanto Live at Naturesound studios
Martyn Stewart

This band has only been together for a year but their popularity is growing fast, PaluSanto brings their own style of music here with 4 young talented guys playing percussion, guitar, fiddle and bass. Here are 5 tracks recorded in the new Naturesound studios in Playa Pelada, Nosara Costa Rica, www.naturesound.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MartynStewart.Recordist

Folk/Rock
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20181030T03.WAV
Martyn Stewart

PaluSanto is a local band that lives in Nosara, Costa Rica. I discovered them playing at a restaurant one evening and they blew my mind.

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20181030T04.WAV
Martyn Stewart

PaluSanto is a local band that lives in Nosara, Costa Rica. I discovered them playing at a restaurant one evening and they blew my mind.

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"Going To California" The mini supers
Martyn Stewart

Patrick Cooke and Dan Brett present Led Zeppelin's "Going to California" I heard this version of "going to California" while visiting my local pub and was knocked out by this arrangement. Many people judge a voice according to its range and power, but I think Patrick's does something unique to this song. The acoustic guitar arrangement enhances the melody of the song for a more bluesy feel. It's a slower version of the song and different to anything I have heard here. Take a listen This video can be found here: https://youtu.be/GLuh56JvkGk Recorded at El Chivo, Nosara, Costa Rica. Audio: Martyn Stewart Camera: Martyn Stewart Camera 2: Noeleen Rooy Stewart. For more of Patrick's work please visit: https://patrickcookemusic.com www.naturesound.org

Alternative Rock
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Dry Jungle Nosara
Martyn Stewart

A rufous-and-white wren with his beautiful call, long tailed manakins with others in a dry jungle. Description: soundscape recording Habitat: dry jungle VoxType: midday Category: soundscape Recorder: SD 702 Mics: Sennheiser mkh 40/30 Sample rate: 48k 24 bit Microphone pattern: MS stereo Take# 2 Geophony: leaf rustle/3:22 light rain/4:45 winds increase/5:50 rains/11:39 rains subside/ Biophony: rufous and white wren and song/flies/1:54 unknown birds calling each other/turquoise-browed motmot/ Weather: partly cloudy Temp: 31c Humidity: 68% Wind: calm Recordist: Martyn Stewart

Natural sounds
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Toads Of Nosara
Martyn Stewart

The rains come to Nosara, Costa Rica and the Cane Toads are out in force. www.naturesound.org Recordist: Martyn Stewart Location: Nosara (Costa Rica) Microphone: MKH30/40 Recorder: Sound Devices 702 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MartynStewart.Recordist

Natural sound
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Winds through the bamboo
Martyn Stewart
Nature sounds
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Santa Rosa Costa Rica
Martyn Stewart

The Early afternoon with insects transition into the warm ambient sounds of the late afternoon in Santa Rosa, Costa Rica. Recorder:Sound devices 722 Microphone: MKH 40/30 Tripod mounted with Roycote wind protection. Sample rate: 48k 24bit Weather:78f clear Location: Santa Rosa NP Costa Rica Recordist: Martyn Stewart

Natural sounds
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Bullfrog and The chorus Frog
Martyn Stewart

One native and one introduced species singing in harmony. I don't know about you but I absolutely love the sound of the bullfrog! This is the sound of Stossel Creek, a place I have recorded for many years now, it is around 01:30 am, the moon shines on the ponds that are home to waterfowl, amphibians, mammals and an abundance of birds. On this early morning, the grunts of the bullfrog and the croaks of the Pacific Chorus frogs can be heard for miles. Recordist: Martyn Stewart Recorder: Sound Devices 722 Microphone: MKH 30/40 Tripod mounted Date: July 3rd 2017 Location: Stossel Creek, Washington State.

Nature sounds
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20170504T01.WAV Thunderstorm
Martyn Stewart

After a warm day in Redmond, Washington a cold front came in and soon followed torrential rain and thunder. Microphones placed in the woods with a 200 foot run to the mics. A rainman protected the microphones. Listen to the birds after the rains passed through. This recording has not been filtered or altered. Microphones: Sennheiser MKH 40/30 MS Recorder: Sound Devices 722 Sample and Bitrate: 48k 24bit Tripod mounted Temperature: 71f Weather: Thunder/Rain Location: Rear garden/Redmond Washington. Recordist: Martyn Stewart www.naturesound.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NaturesoundorgMartyn-Stewart-270743161947/?ref=sgm

Natural sounds
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20170430T2 FILTERED
Martyn Stewart

Naturesound recording workshop filtered file from April 30th 2017. This recording was made at the horticultural center at the university of Washington at the montlake fill. Surrounded by air conditioning units, the 520 freeway, flight path and a hots of other man made noises. This recording is the result of using Isotope RX 6 advanced and a combination of Adobe audition. The nature recording workshop happens every year, students gather to learn the of nature recording For more info: www.naturesound.org

Natural sound
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Howler Monkeys Predawn
Martyn Stewart

It is predawn in Nosara, Costa Rica, Howler monkeys wake the morning with their calls. Recordist: Martyn Stewart Recorder: Sound devices 722 Microphones:MKH-8020/8020 Location: Nosara, Costa Rica Temp: 27c Time: 06:12 Date: March 7th 2017 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NaturesoundorgMartyn-Stewart-270743161947/?ref=bookmarks Website: www.naturesound.org

Natural sounds
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Common Pauraque - Insects
Martyn Stewart

A Common Pauraque calls at dusk as the day choruses change to the night shift. Recordist: Martyn Stewart Recorder: Sound Devices 722 Microphone: MKH-20-20 Location: Nosara, Costa Rica Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NaturesoundorgMartyn-Stewart-270743161947/ Website: www.naturesound.org

Natural sounds
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Stossel creek nightscape
Martyn Stewart

In 15 years recording at Stossel creek in Washington I have never heard Pacific chorus frogs singing this early! I have extensive data of this site, this is an audio box that is left bungie-corded to a tree at the side of a pond. Signs of global changes right here! Recordist: martyn stewart Recorder: Wildlife acoustics Location: Stossel creek road Date: February 12th 2017 Temp: 37f

Nature sounds
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Grey headed flying fox
Martyn Stewart
Nature sounds
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Black Vulture
Martyn Stewart

It is early morning, Black vultures flock to the beaches of Ostional Costa Rica. Turtles lay their eggs each night under the light of the moon. black vultures know this and follow dogs that partially dig up the eggs each morning. Black vultures wait and when they find anything that looks remotely edible, they defend their find by hissing at others trying to take it away. Recordist: martyn stewart microphone: aries PII+ Nagra Location: Ostional Temperature: 24c Weather: clear www.naturesound.org Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NaturesoundorgMartyn-Stewart-270743161947/

Nature
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Howler Monkey (Alouatta caraya)
Martyn Stewart

Howlers are New World monkeys found in tropical Central and South America. They are aptly named for their cacophonous cries. When a number of howlers let loose their lungs in concert, often at dawn or dusk, the din can be heard up to three miles (five kilometers) away. These howlers were recorded in Nosara, Costa Rica one morning in November. Recorder:Sound Devices 722 Microphone: MS 30/40 Recordist: Martyn Stewart Location Nosara, Costa Rica.

Natural sounds
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White Throated Magpie Jay
Martyn Stewart

The morning in Nosara, Costa Rica brings out these cheeky opportunists, exploring the roads and restaurants for an morsel. Their song and calls are typical of other jays but this guy is one of the best. Recorder: SD 722 Microphone: Telinga DAT Location: Nosara Costa Rica Recordist: Martyn Stewart November 2016

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