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    I currently run a E-Caller with Car Deck, Amp, and Radio Shack Power Horn Speakers. I picked up a cheap MP3 Player the other day and have decided to use it on my ECaller instead of the Car Deck. I'm still learning how to put music/sounds on the MP3. Where do you get Snow Goose Sounds for an MP3 Player??

  • #2
    Best way is to purchase a CD from this website and them upload them to your MP3 player..

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    • #3
      Okay, I have the Snow Slayer CD. So just rip it to Windows Media Player and upload through a USB?

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      • #4
        I do believe that is correct.. Give it a try

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        • #5
          Good choice on that snowslayer cd, hmm I wonder who created that one. Hey Bro whats up got snows yet? Bluegoose I wouldn't stop at just one sound, the more the marier.

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          • #6
            No snows yet Kris but the Storks have been heading south for about a week now..

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            • #7
              It worked.

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              • #8
                Hey Bluegoose, what kind of amp did you use? What's the wattage on the speakers?

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                • #9
                  What goes into making a Snow Goose CD?? Are these actual sounds captured by placing microphones into feeding flocks or what??

                  I see there are other websites offering snow goose e-caller CD's, are these all unique recordings or is there some "cut and pasting" going on?? .

                  what do you all think?? ...

                  Dude

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                  • #10
                    For me it is recording live goose sounds then extracting the best sounds from what you recorded. There is looping involved when I made Snow Slayer I tried to not get it overly repetitive so it sounded authentic. I used about 100 hours worth of recordings to come up with the proper mix of sounds. It is a lengthy process trying to get the proper sounds with little to know background noise. The biggest problem is other birds especially song birds and waterfowl. Wind noise is a factor too.
                    That is how it is done from my perspective..

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                    • #11
                      Thanks Bro!!

                      Are there websites out there offering free downloadable snow goose sounds that you know of??

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                      • #12
                        Free!! No best bet is to purchase a few different CD's and then create a mixer from them. We all understand copy rights though ??

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                        • #13
                          I didnt think there were free downloadable sounds available but you never know til you ask right?


                          Mixers? Copy Rights..whats that?

                          Anyways thanks for the information Bro!!

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