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Who makes Predator calls in the CD format. The shops in my area only carry tapes.

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bass pro shops also have Johnny Stewart CD's as well as Dennis Kirks. I personally like the js. I've got both the Lohman and DK CD's and they sound identical.
 

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tony t said:
bass pro shops also have Johnny Stewart CD's as well as Dennis Kirks. I personally like the js. I've got both the Lohman and DK CD's and they sound identical.

Hmmmm. Can tell you the JS sounds are recordings of actual animals in actual situations... recorded right in the field by a hunting pard of mine about 20 odd years ago (he eventually sold the rights to Johnny). If you knew this guy like I do, you'd understand why the sounds are pretty good. Don't know about the Lohman and DK sounds, but if they do indeed sound exactly the same...... :p X 2
 

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Good Morning Ladobe,
I'd really like to get a listen to the wildlife technologies sounds. I hear their all the rage right now. I tried to get them on CD but they said they don't provide them on that format. That was one of the reasons I started the thread on sharing sound files over on PM. I can appreciate the whole copyright/license controversy but it's kind of like Garth Brooks putting out a CD and saying that it's the best he's ever done and by the way if you want to listen to it you have to spend a thousand dollars on my special player. Well of course every one in the world will be trying to find a way to get around it. When apple went proprietary with the mac they had the same problem. It was a much better system than IBM/Microsoft but IBM was an open platform which fostered growth from independants and everyone prospered. It just seems to me that you'd want to market your product to as wide a consumer base as possible and I know I'm going on about this but maybe someone will see this and realize that by trying to push the harware their losing money on the software which is actually what their customers want. Consider this for a moment. If I had a large sound library of digitally recorded predator calling sounds that people were clamoring over and I charged let's say $5.00 per sound file on a website to download them. And then I advertised them on a few hunting forums like this. I think I'd be retired in a few years and sipping margaritas on the bow of my yacht. I'm going to quit rambling now and get down off my soap box. Y'all have a good day.
 

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You know this ground has already been covered under the previous thread Tony T, and what the position is concerning bootleg sound files and advertising them for sale or otherwise here on GBO - no more needs to be said.
 
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