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I am an anthropologist based in Manchester UK, where I teach ethnographic documentary at the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology, University of Manchester. Before moving to Britain I studied anthropology and ethnomusicology in Milano, Italy, where I collaborated with the LEAV – Ethnomusicology and Visual Anthropology Lab at the University of Milan since its establishment in 2005. Here I developed my passion for photography and learned to shoot and edit video, in addition to various techniques of field sound recording. I can also serve as a graphic and web designer.

Lorenzo Ferrarini Lorenzo Ferrarini, Manchester

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    N'Tenen
    on May 24, 2012 17:43

    Sorry, never tried.

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    N'Tenen
    on May 08, 2012 17:41

    Hi, I like the NT55 I used for I think they have an excellent price/quality ratio. Here in Burkina I experienced crackles while recording toads at night during the rainy season, sure caused by extreme humidity. These microphones are also quite sensitive to any light breeze. But you have to consider they are studio microphones and I am using them in the wrong environment. Hope I have been useful.

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