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Suffolk Folk

December 30, 2009

I went to Diss in Suffolk for a friend’s wedding just before Christmas.  On the train back to London I couldn’t resist trying to capture a chat track featuring the distinctive Suffolk accent.

I recorded when the train stopped at stations so that there was no engine noise but the downside of this is that obviously there’s more movement from people getting on and off the train, with what sound like giant packets of crisps for some reason.  However, I got five-minute recordings at three different stations so I’ve got plenty of material to edit down into a usable chat track should I need to.

If I ever work on something involving a train ride in East Anglia then I’m sorted!

Conversations on a Train in Suffolk

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2 Comments
  1. Catching up on your work after a long winter holiday…that’s textbook-classic public-space ambience: Evocative yet with indistinct voices ! Very nicely captured.

  2. sonicskepsi permalink

    Thanks Nathan!

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