On Christmas night from about 4-7 pm I recorded a bunch of stuff and here it is for download. I recorded mostly in San Francisco with a Sennheiser MKH30/60 MS combo into a Sound Devices 702. This was my first time using these mics, the recorder and MS but I feel that I came up with some pretty usable and interesting stuff.
Even though I was using a pistol-grip/shock-mount, I was hearing blood flowing whenever I held the microphone so I put a high pass on the recorder at around 80 hz (though it may be a little higher, I don't remember). Also, I didn't have any official wind protection so I wrapped the mics in a felt scarf which worked beautifully for all of the less open spaces (near the water there was too much wind for good recording).
I used EQ1 phase reversal to split the side and did no other processing or mixing really. A couple of them I changed gain a little. If the mixes aren't good enough for you and you want the stems, let me know and I'll upload a full version. There are a few mic bumps and movements here and there as well. The files are in 24/48k and stereo files.
My two favorites are the street saxophone and the family (people) by the water.