Recording session with a new mirco, the hydrophone.
I had on that day a wide collection of bells and Tibetan bowls.
I took a trash can, put some water in it and plunged the microphone.
After a few tests nothing extraordinary, rendering under water is almost the same as in the open air.
The notes are still very clean, noiseless, no blast or parasite. It’s always good to take.
Immersing bells in water gradually, a light natural-tune yields:
A bowl with filters and pitch, it becomes more interesting now!
To conclude, I’m slightly disappointing, I was expecting to find something more original …
Extra miscellaneous records, filled bottle underwater :