I recorded this soundscape in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park (Thailand) with my trusty Sony D100. As you can hear, Thai cicadas are chirping very very loud. To be honest, I never heard them that loud. By having a look at the spectrogram, they are able to produce this buzz at around 10-12 kHz. Isn’t that amazing?
This is what we can see at RX (Mel Frequency Scale). Click on the image.
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