After a day of sampling lake sediments near the shore of Lago Buenos Aires in Argentina (South America’s second largest lake, named General Carrera on the Chilean side of the border) I returned from the hotel to record the waves on the shoreline. I chose sites where glacial erratics were scattered along the water’s edge. Recorded with FEL omnimicrophones, water and wind sounds circulate through the stereo field.
So you can now listen to sounds from the lake while reading our latest paper on the environmental history of the lake from 18,000 to 8,000 years ago – https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.10.036
Lago Buenos Aires recorded 28th November 2018 (unedited).