Trackside recording of the Peppercorn 60163 Tornado passing along the old LNER route in Bedfordshire. The recording starts with the sound of the whistle a few hundred yards away and the the locomotive and train passing very close at high speed.
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The Bristol f.2b Fighter makes one of my favourite aircraft sounds. Each time I record it I discover another facet of the complex soundscape it generates. The sounds the Rolls-Royce Falcon III on this machine makes sounds like the whine of a supercharger when you get downwind of it flying but I think this is […]
I recorded this safety briefing a couple of weeks ago on the EasyJet bus at Glasgow. The Stewardess recited the whole 2 ish minutes without once looking at any kind of paperwork – impressive. If you are familiar with this recital then you can easily visualise the gesticulations of the flight attendants and the bored […]
Display from a de Havilland Vampire T.11, WZ507 based at North Weald, Essex at the Little Gransden Airshow in 2009. Operated by the Vampire Preservation Group
A sound recording of P-51 Mustang “Janie” recorded in August 2009. And a spectrogram of the recording.
Sound recording of a recently rebuilt P-51 Mustang “Marinell” at the 2009 Little Gransden Airshow. And a spectrogram of the recording.
2 sound recordings of Spartan Executive aircraft, considered the Lear Jet of the 1930s, popular with US Oil Corporations and owned by the very wealthy. First recording is of 2 Executives taking off. Second recording of 2 aircraft in a display. The two aircraft are discernible by the note of the engine/propeller, obviously a radial. […]
Another recording on my new web site http://www.field-recording.org.uk/hawker-demon-august-2009/
I’ve posted a recording of a Hawker Hunter on my new website. It is available from http://www.field-recording.org.uk/hawker-hunter-fga-9-g-etps/
The BAC Strikemaster is the same aircraft as a Jet Provost (the piston version being recorded elsewhere in this blog). As a militarised trainer, the aircraft looks very aerobatic in display. Powered by a Rolls-Royce Viper Mk.535 turbojet producing 3,410 lbf (15.2 kN). Doing a bit of digging around using the aircraft serial number, this […]