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Old 27th July 2006, 07:34 PM   #1
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Default FYI: Tom Danley's no compression fireworks recording.........

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Old 27th July 2006, 11:01 PM   #2
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Can anybody post a spectrum of this??? Or show me how to?

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Old 28th July 2006, 11:44 PM   #3
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Here ya go....I used a different scale compared to those used by the people plotting DVD soundtracks

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Ah. Dynamics. Makes a change to hear them.
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That's a really cool recording. The transients are almost frightening when listening at a fairly loud volume through headphones capable of very low frequency output!
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While I am downloading...can someone explain what we are seeing in the spectrum??
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While I am downloading...can someone explain what we are seeing in the spectrum??

Lots of very deep bass! Very strong output in the 2 - 12 Hz range.
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apologies for digging up such an old post, but can anyone point me to a download link for this file,
the link on Danley Sound Labs doesn't work
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If you have never been to an actual space craft launch, the sound beats any fireworks display in sheer visceral punch - and should be experienced at least once in everyone's life. This is a neat recording in video.
What a Space Shuttle Launch REALLY Sounded Like

There is also a high quality recording of a Saturn V engine at Apollo 11 launch:
saturn5cd.com

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As I recall, Tom was involved / had dealings with NASA & did one of those also at some point.
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