Oral History of Wildlife Sound Recording

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Cheryl Tipp has published a great post at the Sound and vision blog, featuring seven interviews aimed to explore the perspectives of different professionals dedicated to wildlife sound recording, such as Simon Bearder, Patrick Sellar, Nigel Tucker and David Tombs.

The 7 interviews presented today represent just the beginning of what we hope will be an ongoing oral history project. Over time, Interviews with Wildlife Sound Recordists will develop into a comprehensive collection offering unique and diverse accounts of a genre of sound recording that has contributed so much to scientific research, education and a greater appreciation of the natural world.

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