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Access exclusive video and learn more about Berkleemusic's online couse Microphone Techniques at: http://bit.ly/ziB78d Microphone Techniques is designed to give you the solid background and skill set necessary for successfully planning and implementing recording sessions ranging from single-mic overdubs to full rhythm sections. Throughout the course, you'll learn about the various elements of the recording chain, detailed technical characteristics of different microphone types, selecting approp
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This short video gives excellent real life footage of two adult male Juan Fernandez Fur Seals fighting with each other. Students will enjoy the sights and sounds of these amazing animals interacting in their natural environment. Remarkably, the Juan Fernández fur seal was considered extinct until it was happily rediscovered in 1965, although it nevertheless remains rare. Like most fur seals, this species has an elongated, slender body and a long, pointed snout and flippers, This is a
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