Springtime in the Bush
Spring is a time of renewal in open woodlands. A profusion of small birds move around the treetops, and as the first rays of the morning sunlight warms the air, your spirits are lifted by a symphony of joyous birdsong. This is a Pure Nature recording of the Australian Bush. With the flowering of gum and wattle comes a blossoming of birdsong. A profusion of small birds move around the treetops, and as the first rays of morning sunlight warm the air, ones spirits are lifted by a symphony of joyous birdsong. This spectacular quality recording highlights the versatile wildlife found in the Australian bush. It was recorded during spring time when the forest comes to life and the many species of birds form a majestic choir in the open forest. There is no music or spoken voice on this CD - just the sound of Mother Nature as you would hear in the wild. Springtime in the Bush is recorded in high definition digital audio and makes any listener feel like they are in the midst of a spectacular natural wilderness. If you find the sound of wind gently breezing through the forest and birds singing in a natural harmony then this CD is perfect for you. As with all of the Listening Earth Nature sounds, this recording is the product of a passion and dedication as Andrew and Sara traveled deep into the remote bushlands of Sundown National Park in Queensland to capture this natural symphony. If you are a bird lover, you will hear the sounds from many of the 130 + birds that are found in this region including Kookaburras, Coloured Parrots and Wedge Tailed Eagles. This is a true audio representation of what it is like to be surrounded by the beautiful Australian bush. Falling asleep with the magnificent ambiance of bird song and bushland is a uniquely satisfying experience. This album is professionally recorded with a digital mixer and a highly sensitive condenser stereo microphone. What you hear on the CD is like what you would hear if you were there in the wild. The right and left channels of the audio mix are panned so that it feels like you are in the centre of this pristine Australian wilderness. Please don't be fooled by inferior quality natural recordings. Andrew has been recording nature for over 2 decades and is considered by many to be the leading exponent in his field. His professional resume can be found here on his CD Baby artist page. Recording Locations: Sundown National Park, SE Queensland Benefits of Using this Nature Recording: Listening to nature can benefit your health and wellbeing. Natural sounds are vital and alive. They will quieten your mind, balance your nervous system and renew your spirit. Recorded in pristine natural locations, these albums feather only the pure sounds of nature as you would hear if you were there. They are designed to help you create a natural ease in your day, and reconnect with the beauty of our living planet. About the Authors: Andrew is one of the world's few professional nature sound artists, and his field work has taken him to remote wild locations from the Outback to the Himalayas. Together with his partner/photographer Sarah Koschak, he is well-known for their "Listening Earth" nature albums, which have been enjoyed by listeners around the world. His recordings have also been heard on film and TV, notably having been commissioned by Peter Gabriel for his soundtrack to "Rabbit Proof Fence". Andrew & Sarah live in a bushland environment in southeast Australia, and are interested in researching the therapeutic benefits of natural sounds.