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For a live-sound design production of "King Lear" we constructed a rain machine that consisted of a long, narrow (5 foot by 7 inch) wooden box on a teeter-totter fulcrum. The box had dozens of nails sticking out of the bottom and we filled it with dried beans. As you rocked the seesaw back and forth you could get more or less continual rainfall and also ...


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As an addendum to ghellquist's answer, rather than alternative… The recording sounds fine - for a given definition of 'fine'. The only way to know if the mic isn't performing to expectation would be to simultaneously record from an omni - that would put the two sounds in perspective ignoring direction, only level. Human ears are very adept at tuning out ...


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After a listening I would say that this is normal and to be expected. A microphone does not work in the same way as say a telephoto lens on a camera. It will not "zoom" in to include some sounds and exclude other. You can get slightly more of directionality by going from an omnidirectional mic to a cardoid mic over to a supercardoid to a shotgun, ...


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What you could do is to find a youtube livestream of a place, that you like and capture the video off of that. Example Video: And here is a tutorial of how to capture the video (and more importantly the sound): https://acethinker.com/desktop-recorder/record-youtube-live-stream.html Here is a site that I found that curates ...


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Well... you pretty much said it yourself. Messing with cloth (maybe medium heavy canvas/denim) and dirt? Add pebbles? Wet dirt? Dry dirt? Is it like a sink hole? Or just a hole?


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