SOUNDS OF NATURE

                             Sounds of Nature

  

Turn on your speakers, turn up the volume, lay back and enjoy the sounds of Nature.

                    And the best part is, you won't get insect bitten!

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Tips

  • Play birds on ‘Random’, to prevent endless chirping. Try setting it to 600
  • The Arrow Button adds more player channels, up to 7 per player.
  • Add multiple instances of Sensiri to your page to get more sounds.
  • Don’t forget the onboard help, just click ‘F1’.
  • ‘Ctrl’ acts as a macro, to max out pan/volume and to stop or play all sounds.
  • The green display button next to help brings up track info and timing data.
  • Sit back and enjoy your ambient soundscape.
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19 thoughts on “SOUNDS OF NATURE

  1. Ahhhhhhhh. Just what I needed, as I am unable to physically take an exploration journey right now… however, with this, I can at least mentally & emotionally be out in the wild for a few moments

  2. could you please share some pictures of swans? this website is right what I really needed. thank you Alan. good luck!

  3. Hi Alan, are there tree frogs in Florida? When I was in Mountain Home, Arkansas in the summer of 1993 I heard some funny sounds coming from up in the trees and they told me they were “tree frogs”. I never knew frogs went up into trees. Do you have any good frog photos from the swamps inn Florida? thanks. Your website and your nature sounds are fantastic. You give the beautiful gift of nature to the world. I subscribed to your newsletter. Happy photo days. Nanette

  4. Absolutely love this nature sounds!! Thanks for sharing! & Awesome photography! Happy New Year 2013! Look forward to more of your work in the coming year!
    Namaste

  5. Spent Sunday in Strangford Lough (near Belfast N Ireland) and your lovely Curlew sounds have brought me right back there – wonderful. Will you try though to upload more European / Irish bird song? Appreciate it in advance.

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