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Re: [AUDITORY] request for resources on acoustic analysis of raindrops

Dear Neeks,

within out SafeAcoustics project (http://acoustics.safeproject.net/), we have a large (several thousand hours) number of audio recordings from the Borneo rainforest. These include a lot of rain recordings, made using our custom recorder (https://sarabsethi.github.io/autonomous_ecosystem_monitoring/). They have not been released publicly, but I'll be happy to share them, if you think they could be of any use.


Dr Lorenzo Picinali
Reader in Audio Experience Design
Dyson School of Design Engineering
Imperial College London
Dyson Building
Imperial College Road
South Kensington, SW7 2DB, London
E: l.picinali@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx



From: AUDITORY - Research in Auditory Perception <AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Neeraj Sharma <neerajww@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 16 February 2023 10:35
To: AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [AUDITORY] request for resources on acoustic analysis of raindrops
Dear Members,

We are exploring the acoustic characteristics of raindrops and how size, wind, and other variables affect how they sound. I came across some papers on this aspect which are helping build an understanding.

I'm looking for a database of sound recordings of raindrops made using an acoustic rain gauge or any other method, in environments like oceans, open spaces, or controlled lab settings.If you happen to have any pointers for accessing such a dataset, it would be wonderful if you could share them. I'd appreciate your assistance.

Best regards,