Just for fun, are there any die-hard audiophiles out there that have tested and experimented with underwater worldizing?
I was clacking together large rocks at the bottom of the ocean a while back and thought the echo it created down there sounded pretty cool and wondered if it was possible to experiment with some underwater speakers and mics to create some nifty SFX via water instead of air.
It seems to me that something like this could possibly yield some great results, but it could also be a large waste of time. Has anyone heard of anyone doing something like this before?
What sort of frequency range does a submerged mic pick up?
Could be a fun summer project of mine. I could imagine an elephant roar might sound pretty cool if it's sent via water... Or some sub harmonic info if it's possible... Or it could sound just plain lame. That's why I'm asking - I have no experience with underwater speakers or what is possible to recreate frequency-wise underwater. Has anyone got any experience or info with recording underwater?