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Creating Recording Schedules with Your Song Meter

Creating Recording Schedules with Your Song Meter

Bioacoustics recording involves using some sort of hardware device to make digital audio recordings (WAV files) of bats, birds, whales, or whatever critter that happens to be near the microphone. When a recorder is placed in the field without a human present, this is known as unattended recording. Using this method, it’s possible to set a recording device up to run in record mode continuously for long-term deployment. However, this can be an inefficient way to work. Continuous recording will use up memory space and battery life quickly. In many cases, using scheduled recording may provide a better solution.

How to Perform Mobile Transects with the Echo Meter Touch 2

How to Perform Mobile Transects with the Echo Meter Touch 2

Mobile transects are a great tool for bat researchers. Repeating the same transect route month over month or year over year can highlight trends in bat populations. For instance, are bats appearing earlier in the year due to the warming climate? Do changing forest conditions affect where bats are found?

How to resolve an error when reopening a Kaleidoscope Batch

How to resolve an error when reopening a Kaleidoscope Batch

Have you ever tried to reopen a previously run batch in Kaleidoscope Pro and received an error like the one below stating “Unable to find either the output file or the input file”?

Understanding Kaleidoscope Pro 5: Cloud Database

Understanding Kaleidoscope Pro 5: Cloud Database

Wildlife Acoustics has recently released Kaleidoscope Pro version 5, which is the latest update to our analysis software. Kaleidoscope Pro 5 has a number of exciting new features and today I’m going to introduce you to the new database functions.