I’ve got an encouraging comment from the author of the wonderful Soundslikenoise blog relating to the yesterday’s Sound Map recording featuring the sounds of Kozikha.

The story was largely built around the hiss-crack sound of the burning Russian stove, – a massive indoor furnace that may be used not only as a cooker or heater but also as a clothes’ dryer and even a berth. Here is the original full track recorded on a cold December night behind a clanking stove door which is heard at the end of the recording – and it’s a pity it’s not binaural.

Recorded December 26th, 2010 (R-09HR built-in mics)
Published January 7th, 2011

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  1. > it’s a pity it’s not binaural

    You’re a better man than me in pursuit of yoru art if you’re perpared to get that close to a wood-burner in action. Nice crackle

  2. Thank you Richard. Actually, it wasn’t me getting that close to the fire but the crackles and pops being that loud. Nice Southwold geese/waves by the way, I’m listening to it right now.

  3. Уютный такой звук, пусть даже и не бинауральный

  4. Спасибо, Эд. Приятных зимних вечеров!

  5. Thank you Justin, it’s amazing how different it sounds anywhere apart from its habitat.

  6. Ah, it’s the end of summer here but it’s still so nice to hear those sounds. Domestic, warm, safe.

  7. This recording is probably the oldest sound on the blog — not in terms of the date of recording but considering the basic nature if it. Thank you!

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