Divided into Natural, Musical, Location, and Manmade Sounds, this recording conjures our primal moods through a singular aural experience. Advertisements
Does every musical genre boast “fathers,” “grandmothers” and “kings?” Sure, pop has its legends, classical its masters, and funk, “the hardest working man in showbusiness,” but if the esoteric wasteland of academia follows suit, then acoustic ecology has Raymond Murray Schafer. Schafer on a soundwalk. Born in Canada in 1933, R. Murray Schafer is a man […]
Compare the calls, chirps and trills of the chickadee, phoebe, wood thrush, mockingbird, and others all recorded in a Maryland.
Produced by Arthur M. Greenhall and Nicholas Collias, this recording shows the “audible communication” of animals from the Detroit Zoo.
The interspecies music experience of jim Nollman with 300 turkeys, 12 wolves and 20 orcas.
This ambient collage of ocean sounds was recorded along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts at the height of the hi-fi craze.
There are three-quarters of a million known species of insects. In one way or another most of them make noise that contributes to our soundscape.