If you watched the last episode of Game of Thrones, you heard animals recorded by the Song Meter SM4.
Today, on International Bioacoustics Day, we’re excited to announce a unique new forum created for and inspired by our Kaleidoscope Cluster Analysis users. We’ve been hearing at all the conferences we go to that our customers would love to get connected to others doing similar research.
You have just returned from collecting your SD cards from a deployment and you find files on the cards that have the word “dump” in the name.
As we enter the spring season in the northern hemisphere, researchers are getting ready to deploy their bioacoustics recorders. In labs and offices, green boxes appear from dusty shelves. The question on everyone’s mind is, how do I make sure these recorders will work well in the upcoming months?
The good news is that there isn’t much that needs to be done. The SM4 line of recorders is designed to work well for years with very little maintenance.