It is now titled Audio Field Recording – A Starting-Out Guide.
You can also download the associated audio file, and if you wish you can use the player below the description to listen now.
This audio is a test recording I made to evaluate a foam solution to handling noise. I recorded my footsteps at stupid o’clock on a drizzly morning in Dublin, using a homemade boom acoustically deadened with magic foam. See the PDF for more details about this. My footsteps leave the bedroom, walk on laminate floor, through the flat door to the carpet outside, through a door to the stairs, down carpeted stairs, through a security door onto a brick-laid path, through a security gate, across a badly tarmacked car park, through another security gate onto the footpath, down a hill past two young men with Dublin accents just getting home from the pub at 04:00 or so, and approaching a junction. This test runs for 07:21.