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New sounds available!

Recently, I came across a folder of ambisonic recordings I made. I wasn’t sure what they were so I opened each file and listened to them. Some were rehearsals with my band, others were from concerts I had recorded last year and was going to use the ambisonic files as room sound. I can’t remember if I used them for those recordings or not to be honest. But I found a couple of files that were of fireworks. I was intrigued and I remember that for a few years in a row I was recording fireworks on new years eve. One of those things I just do… I know I’m strange.

I listened to the recordings and then I realized is that these were recorded on the day I got married, December 31, 2020. Or actually they were recorded at midnight so technically they were recorded on January 1, 2021. 14 hours after I got married.

I’ve posted them on my Pond5 site if you’d like to purchase them. I’m also making these files available to my patrons as a way to say thank you for supporting the work I do. And I’ll be adding more sounds for my patrons as I capture them.


New sounds on Pond5

I’m just starting to get everything up and running and a big part of that is to start getting my audio recordings up on my pond5 page. I uploaded two versions of the same recording to start off. It’s a recording I made last year with the Sennheiser Ambeo VR mic. I took it out for a test drive and got a nice recording of a waterfall along the Nuʻuanu stream near Judd Trail in Honolulu. One version is a stereo version and the other is a binaural version that uses the ambisonic information to approximate the sound field in a stereo format. Just a basic recording but Iʻm excited to be starting this journey. The audio can be found at https://www.pond5.com/artist/jasontag