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Your New Guide to Understanding Kaleidoscope Pro

Your New Guide to Understanding Kaleidoscope Pro

Hey there! My name is Dave Roberts and I’m the “new guy” here at Wildlife Acoustics. I’m a technical writer and videographer with a background in audio engineering. I’m very excited to be on board with Wildlife Acoustics and I’m looking forward to providing our customers with quality watchable and readable information. In addition to technical writing and tutorial videos I’ve been invited to contribute some blog content. Here we go!

3 Tips to Prevent Wind Noise From Ruining Your Recordings

3 Tips to Prevent Wind Noise From Ruining Your Recordings

Field research presents a multitude of challenges, and wind noise may be one of the most frustrating. Not only is it out of our control, but excess wind can lead to distorted recordings, making it difficult to salvage the audio data that you are interested in analyzing. 

Explaining Maximum Likelihood Estimators (MLE) and P-values used in Kaleidoscope

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Indiana Bat Summer Survey Guidance describes the use of approved software programs. As part of their software testing criteria:

How Far Can My Microphone “Hear”?

How Far Can My Microphone “Hear”?

Have you ever wondered how far away an animal can be and still be detected by your microphone? This is a question we get very frequently.

Tips for Recording in the Heat

Tips for Recording in the Heat

Since it’s now summer here at Wildlife Acoustics HQ, we’d like to take this time to briefly talk about recording in hot weather.