Soundscapes

No other sense can trigger memories and influence our experience as sound does. 

Experience it yourself

One of the experiences I do includes listening stations where I may have aquatic microphones in a pond; a parabolic dish to bring in sounds closely; soundscape mics to increase volume of an area in stereo;  or even tree canopy mics where small groups enjoy the sounds of the canopy while relaxing in hammock. Contact me if interested in creating such an experience.

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Senses

As Murray Schafer once stated "if a picture is worth a 1000 words than a sound is worth a 1000 pictures".  Taking advantage of such a powerful sense can greatly enhance the nature experience. In my own research, I have found that people who utilize music in nature can create an experience of 'somehthing more than the composite parts'.

Flute music to nature photographs.
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Research

Soundscapes are also used to collect species inventory over time along with many other interests. Over the last few years, I have been  involved with a land trust (MMLT) to collect yearly recordings that can then be analyzed with state-of-the-art software to help isolate sounds from hundreds of hours (and GBs) of sounds.