The second album Thou
by Port Mone was recorded in October 2013 in the forest, so we already had an experience with music recorded afield.
In order to make a recording by the renewable sources, we took out half a studio from the city, and to get live acoustics of the place in the music (wind, birds, rustling trees and other sounds) we placed dozens of microphones, which recorded not only the instruments, but also the responsive environment. We planned to make the recording in the warmest time of the capricious Belarusian summer, at the end of June. It was important to provide protection for the equipment from wind or rain, and not to get burnt in the sun and insects-bitten during the session. For the sake of accuracy of the experiment, we decided not to take with us such a safety net as diesel generators or batteries. The outside world should get just one connector cord from us.