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BJM02-003 - Conversation recorded at Bahrul's house between two acquaintances Tanjung Betuah

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This is a recording of a conversation in Nasal between two acquantances: Bahrul and Medi. The conversation was recorded in the living room of Bahrul's house in Tanjung Betuah. Audio was recorded using a 4-channel Tascam DR-701D. Bahrul and Medi are wearing Shure SM35 headset microphones and their audio is recorded through one channel of the DR-701D each. In addition to the headset microphones a stereo microphone was placed on a chair near the speakers and recorded to the Tascam DR-701D. Audio was recorded in wav format at 128kHz, 32 bit. Video was recorded in two ways. The first was a Canon XA30, which has an external audio input, set up on a tripod. Camera audio was recorded using a R√∏de NTG2 shotgun microphone connected through the camera's external audio input. Video was recorded in AVCHD format at 30fps with 1920 x 1080 resolution. Additionally a Vuze+ 3D camera was used to record 360 degree and 3D video in MP4 format at 30fps. Informed consent was recorded at the beginning of the session, and the conversation begins at around the 00:03:00 timestamp when the researchers finish setting up the equipment and leave the room. Bahrul and Medi smoke cigarettes throughout the recording. Voices of children and neighbors, as well as automobiles, can be heard through the window throughout, but the headset audio is unaffected. At around 00:45:55 the call to prayer can be heard from the nearby mosque signalling the beginning of magrib. The call to prayer continues until 00:59:37, when the speakers finish their conversation as the researchers return to collect metadata.. Language as given: Nasal

Created: 2019-11-01

Data time period: 2019 to ,

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