Jon Martin Collection

Recordings in this collection

Type Recording Species
recording Brunei - dawn, birds and distanct cicada (high up valley side)
recording Brunei - ridge top, middle of day, fairly quiet until plastic explosive detonates to fell emergent tree which was danger to military helicopters
recording Brunei, valley bottom, dusk - high-pitch "droning" cicada & birds, interrupted by approaching rain
recording Pinnacles path, Mulu - mid morning, cicadas, probaby 2 species
recording Pinnacles path, Mulu - mid morning, cicada & continuous buzzing crickets in background [the cicada sounds a bit frog-like]
recording Camp 5, Mulu - dawn, with river in background - cicada that sounds like a cat-fight, birds & two bursts from a buzzing cicada
recording Camp 5 mulu - dawn
recording Camp 5, Mulu - dusk, high-pitched cicada (see band 3) & "circular saw" cicada & "chirping" that is probably a cricket, gradually grading to very high-pitched "trilling" of evening crickets
recording Benarat Inn, Long Pala, Mulu - rain at rest house
recording Benarat Inn, Long Pala, Mulu - angry captive cicada
recording Brunei, valley bottom - evening recordings that include a gentle "flute"-like sound - not known if cricket or cicada 1
recording Brunei, valley bottom - evening recordings that include a gentle "flute"-like sound - not known if cricket or cicada 2
recording Brunei, valley bottom - pre-dawn - low-pitch gentle buzzing of crickets, bird song gradually starting
recording Brunei. valley bottom - dawn, mostly birds butafter 7 mins the distant "cat-fight" cicada starts in distance
recording On ridge near Kuala Belalong: daytime sequence 1, cicadas prominent
recording On ridge near Kuala Belalong: daytime sequence 2, cicadas prominent [nid:12432]
recording On ridge near Kuala Belalong: dusk, mainly "circular saw" cicada and low-pitched species, plus birds
recording On ridge near Kuala Belalong:dawn (part 1 of 2) crickets and birds.
recording On ridge near Kuala Belalong:dawn (part 2 of 2) crickets and birds. After 5mins cicadas can be heard distantly, and by 8 mins at least two species of cicada are in full flow [spoile dby cassette recorder rumble at end]
recording Toraut forest, 200 metres altitude - mid morning cicadas
recording Toraut forest, 200 m. (+ single burst of a one-note species) - mid morning cicadas
recording Toraut forest - birds, ?early morning
recording Hog's Back, 300-400m. - mid morning, single-note & "chirping" cicadas
recording Hog's Back, 300-400m - morning, cicadas & Celebes macaque monkeys
recording not certaion about this one
recording Hog's Back, 300-400m - greater Celebes Hornbills & cicadas, morning
recording Gunung Mogogonipa, 1000m., mountain top - morning, after dawn, coarse & very loud cicada species
recording Edwards' camp, 600m. - late night / pre dawn - very high-pitch crickets, distant birds.
recording Hog's Back camp, late afternoon - why it's called a rain-forest!
recording Clark's camp ridge, 1100m. ridge, dusk - slow build-up of melodious cicada that callas at exactly that time every morning - hence voice announcement at start
recording Clark's camp ridge, 1100m. ridge, late night - almost dead quiet, except distant ?owl (contrast with 9)
recording Clark's camp ridge, 1100m. - mid morning cicadas, with voice for scale of sound
recording Edwards' camp, 600m. - evening - distant bird & crickets
recording Edwards' camp, 600m. - early evening, dripping after rain + birds
recording Edwards' camp, 600m. - night, owls (I guess), + very high-pitch crickets
recording Edwards' camp, 600m. - early evening, dripping after rain storm + birds
recording Edwards' camp, 600m. - mid-evening, including frogs and bird that sounds like a cuckoo
recording Edwards' camp, 600m. - late night, v high-pitch crickets, chirping cricket + faint ?owl in distance, and occassional frog croaks
recording Edwards' camp, 600m. - pre-dawn low-pitch "drone" ?cicada - v short sequence
recording Edwards' camp, 600m. - pre-dawn low-pitch "drone" ?cicada with birds gradually starting - v short sequence

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith