Nov 3, 2017: In case you missed it I was on the “California Report” (KQED 88.5 FM) talking about the impact of the California wild fires on Bernie and Kat Krause's home, and their work. The story includes a short piece of music that I recorded on the Viola da Gamba and mixed with one of Bernie's soundscapes while staying at Wild Sanctuary many years ago (entitled "Magpie's Song" - from the Gary Snyder poem). Many thanks to Craig Miller (KQED Science Editor) for inviting me to participate in this. - Jack Hines
Ear to the Wild is pleased to announce the release of our latest soundscape album, entitled "Moab." Recorded at two sites near Moab, UT in June of 2016 it represents the sparse summer soundscapes of the slickrock canyons. Hear Canyon Wrens, Spotted Towhees, Red-winged Blackbirds, American Bullfrogs, and more. Please click on the picture to lend your ear to the wild!
Looking forward to attending this event tonight in Sonoma, CA. Hope you can join me if you're in the area!
Here's a slideshow I put together of the soundscape at dawn, along with images I shot, from the Black Canyon campground/trail outside of Santa Fe, NM.
Here is a short iPhone video of the Rio Ojo Caliente, in New Mexico. What soundscape elements do you hear? There are three categories of sounds to choose from: Geophony - earth generated sounds such as wind, water, etc. Biophony - creature generated sounds such as birds, mammals, etc. And Anthropophony - the sounds generated by people such as cars, planes, etc,
This is a short film about my friend Bernie Krause and his work as a Soundscape Ecologist. By Andy Lampard - www.greatbigstory.com
Pacific tree frogs. Recorded in the Valley of the Moon (Glen Ellen, CA) in January of 2008.
I recorded this at a lake in Mendocino National Forest last year. Any ideas?
Rumi enjoys the pristine water of the John Muir wilderness, 2011.
These past few days have been an excellent opportunity to capture storm sounds! I'm getting ready to head out to see what I hear ^^