This presentation will discuss how audio recording is used for conservation and research with examples ranging from the use of portable recording systems in tropical bird conservation, autonomous recorders for detection and monitoring, automated playback systems for reintroduction, and will also touch on related issues such as the ethics of playback. The talk will include brief discussion of individuals that have carried out this work. The presentation will feature many good fidelity recordings that not only contain high frequencies, but very low pitched sounds as well, and both monaural and stereo formats. The use of high fidelity stereo headphones or earbuds is highly recommended. Laptop computer internal speakers are not capable of reproducing many low frequency signals.
Speaker: Greg Budney
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