Gordon has followed up his last post on rain and thunder with a look at how to make use of those recordings.
All around us we witness the transformative power of weather. Storm-lashed seas shape coastlines. Winds blow sands into dunes. Rivers carve out valleys and canyons. When the weather changes, we notice. Should we hear a single raindrop, we instinctively listen for another, because any moment could bring a downpour. Nothing seems to rivet an audience more than a brewing storm. A rolling peel of thunder plus a few drops of rain; we’re glued.
While attractive events in themselves, storms are also useful for making transitions from one setting to another.
It’s a good read, and worth taking a look at.