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i'm looking for some innexpensive nature sound cds. especially birds in the forest. no background music, just the nature sounds. found some downloadable online, but the demo is so short, i can't tell if they r worth purchasing. that and $. looking for a freebie here! any ideas or suggestions???

 

 

thanx,

 

Beth

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i'm looking for some innexpensive nature sound cds. especially birds in the forest. no background music, just the nature sounds. found some downloadable online, but the demo is so short, i can't tell if they r worth purchasing. that and $. looking for a freebie here! any ideas or suggestions???

 

 

thanx,

 

Beth

 

 

Well Beth , I have done this before and it really works . Go buy you one of those inexpensive blank tapes , the ones that last like an hour or two before they run out. Pick a night that you know is not going to be any rain. Get a recorder and put it outside. I actually put it in the woods and you wouldn't beleive the sounds I got off this tape , from crickets chirping to some sort of Owl or bird making a very strange noise. Not only was it cool but it was fun too !!!! Try it and let us know what happens , oh and turn the volume up high on the recorder ;o) BartMan in Tally

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Ambient DVD with sounds..$15

 

Ambient_Sleep__The_World__s_First_DVD_Sleep_aid.mp3 download or play sample

 

95 minutes long play or program to loop one or several tracks over and over

Contains fifteen different nature sound effects track to accompany the various scenes in the DVD. Of course, you can mix and match any scene with any audio track. So, if you really want to hear the sounds of rain while watching green, rolling fields on a bright, sunny day, you can do that.

 

Sights and Sounds List

Video Scenes (4:3 and Widescreen)

Sound Effects Tracks

Ethereal Foliage, Autumn Radiance, Backwoods Cool, Beach Solitude, Fields of Dreams, Champagne Dreams,

Nocturnal Tropics, White Noise, Nebulosity,Feline at Work, Forest Pageant, Dune Recluse, Neo-Plasma, Final Frontier, Easy Street, Light Rain, Spectacle, 1...2...3...4..., Heartland Balmy , Campsite Shimmer, Megacosm Country, Witching Hour, Harbor Harmony, Lava Luminance, Sets in the West, Spring Pond, Summer Cascade, Sketches, Dancing Strings, Gentle Wind, Moon Odyssey, Mechanical Static, Pastoral Ponds, Winsome Melody

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there are several on you tube.. might search thru the selection see if any will work for you.. later Pennie

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I downloaded LIMEWIRE basic, on my computer, which is free. I search soundtracks and nature sounds in the audio search engine and the results are plentiful. This is the cheapest way that has been working for me. I am able to download as much music as I like; oldies, gospel, jazz, instrumentals, etc. and then make my own cds.

 

This is just a little advice that has worked and still is working for me.

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I had thought of that too of course, but i need them on cd. clearer sound, no hiss. And even when I lived in the boonies, not 5 minutes would go by when I didn't hear a vehicle go by even late at night, so it just didn't seem a feasible way to go about it. Thank you for letting me know it is possible though. I appreciate your reply

 

Beth

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I had to laugh at the thought of Alzheimers residents seeing a visual of a bright sunny day and hearing rain, but that's actually typical weather for our region. Sounds like a great tool. I might look into that one. Thank you for your response.

 

Beth

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I think this experiment sounds like something the myth busters would come up with that show is just bad science ... but thats another topic entirely. It ignores too many variables for us to come to any conclusions based on the result. My opinion, both nature and nurture play a critical role in who we become, furthermore, everyone has a breaking point.

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You can always check with the local library. Most library systems (at least here in PA) allow you to request items from the county's system and pick them up at your local branch. If you are able to burn a CD, then you could have a permanent copy -- not that I said that for legal reasons. I'm able to get just about any type of music I need for theme parties and everyday from my library.

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