Crickets Calming Sleep© MP3 Download
Crickets Calming © is designed to provide the auditory stimulus that winter and urban living lacks, to help people find their "organic grounding" that they seem to lose in the winter months. The rhythmic elements are complimented by a randomness that is relaxing, soothing and refreshing. This combination best stimulates the auditory sense, while the lack of bass frequencies means it won't distract the attention. These characteristics also make this CD ideal as an aid to meditation, to give relief to depression and stress, and to aid insomniacs and light sleepers. When played in the background, the peaceful sounds of a summer night brings an organic grounding to one's self.
Crickets Calming © has crickets up-front and center... in the foreground, in the midground, and in the background. A few other species of insects sneak in for variety. A soundscape perfect to use as a sleeping aid for insomniacs. It covers or masks the sounds of voices in nearby rooms or hallways.
Crickets Calming © is a natural soundscape composed of edited and mixed digital stereo quasi-binaural field recordings. This recording technique produces a 3 dimensional audio image when listening with headphones. Encoded at a bitrate of 192 kps for quality listening.
The song "Crickets Calming" is also available on the CD called "Crickets Calming". Link to the Crickets Calming CD page
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Revision date: August 2, 2012.