What a beautiful fall day to get out and enjoy the wind and the sound of crashing ocean waves. I recently purchased a Zoom F6 portable recorder with 32bit float capabilities and wanted to try it out along with my Audio Technica BP-4025 microphone. Using my trusty K-Tek boom I was able to capture some nice sounds including the waves hitting up against rocks out at Fort Fisher, NC. I did manage to get both feet wet and almost tripped on the rocks but it all worked out! Fort Fisher is one of my most favorite place to visit for photography and enjoying the beautiful coastal scenery. Fort Fisher played a pretty prominent role in the Civil War and has some rich history. It's right outside of Wilmington, NC where I live - about a 15 minute drive for me.
Today was especially windy which made recording a little more challenging but thanks to some post EQ I was able to get the sounds I was after.
Take a listen below. This sound will be available on AudioJungle within the next few days.
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