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Music of Nature Podcast

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Hi Friends! I am a professional nature recordist who travels to wild areas throughout North America and sometimes beyond. My current focus is to gather immersive binaural 3D soundscapes that effortlessly transport listeners (using headphones) into nature and have a positive and healing effect on the mind, body and spirit.

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Hi Friends! I am a professional nature recordist who travels to wild areas throughout North America and sometimes beyond. My current focus is to gather immersive binaural 3D soundscapes that effortlessly transport listeners (using headphones) into nature and have a positive and healing effect on the mind, body and spirit.

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Wonderful recordings

By Lewisbholmes - Dec 27 2019
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The quality and complexity of the recordings are remarkable and compelling, pull you in as you close your eyes to savor the setting. Occasionally Lang over talks the scene, distracting from his marvelous works, I think he is simply excited to share his recordings. Yasuni recording a favorite that I’ve replayed repeatedly getting ready for a trip. Listen and enjoy.

Audio Treasures!

By Archibald Menzies - Apr 05 2018
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What a joy it was for me to discover these narrated soundscapes from unique habitats in North America!!! They are excellent for brushing up on identification of birds, mammals, insects and other singers in their native habitat. The pleasing and gentle voice of the narrator introduces the sounds the listener will hear in the high quality field recording. These episodes are suited to those who want to brush up on their nature listening skills or for those who merely want to relax to beautiful recordings of Planet Earth without anthropogenic background sounds. I hopefully await more episodes!

iTunes Ratings

24 Ratings
Average Ratings
24
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0
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0

Wonderful recordings

By Lewisbholmes - Dec 27 2019
Read more
The quality and complexity of the recordings are remarkable and compelling, pull you in as you close your eyes to savor the setting. Occasionally Lang over talks the scene, distracting from his marvelous works, I think he is simply excited to share his recordings. Yasuni recording a favorite that I’ve replayed repeatedly getting ready for a trip. Listen and enjoy.

Audio Treasures!

By Archibald Menzies - Apr 05 2018
Read more
What a joy it was for me to discover these narrated soundscapes from unique habitats in North America!!! They are excellent for brushing up on identification of birds, mammals, insects and other singers in their native habitat. The pleasing and gentle voice of the narrator introduces the sounds the listener will hear in the high quality field recording. These episodes are suited to those who want to brush up on their nature listening skills or for those who merely want to relax to beautiful recordings of Planet Earth without anthropogenic background sounds. I hopefully await more episodes!
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Music of Nature Podcast

Latest release on Dec 29, 2019

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

Updated by OwlTail 9 days ago

Rank #1: Big Bend Sound Delights - Podcast

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"Big Bend Sound Delights" is a 21-minute audio podcast commemorating my early to mid March visit to Big Bend National Park in Texas. Along with bees buzzing, great insect choruses, and the gurgling of the Rio Grande, enjoy the songs of Canyon Wren, Cactus Wren, Mexican Jay, White-tipped Dove, Greater Roadrunner, Great-Horned Owl, Elf Owl, Western Screech-Owl, and more!

© 2017, Lang Elliott, musicofnature.com

Apr 06 2017

21mins

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Rank #2: Desert Sojourn – Podcast

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"Desert Sojourn" is a 25-minute podcast featuring binaural nature recordings that I gathered in Organ Pipe National Monument (southern Arizona) in late March of 2017. Please listen using headphones or earbuds for optimal immersive effect.

Featured species include: Elf Owl, Great Horned Owl, Western Screech-Owl, Common Poorwill, Greater Roadrunner, Gambel's Quail, Gila Woodpecker, Cactus Wren, Ash-throated Flycatcher, Northern Mockingbird, Curve-billed Thrasher, Scott's Oriole, Black-throated Sparrow, Canyon Towhee, House Finch, Windblown Cactus, Bee Buzz, Crickets, and more!

May 22 2017

24mins

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Rank #3: The Voices of Lost Maples - Podcast

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"The Voices of Lost Maples" podcast documents my early March visit (with my field assistant Beth Bannister) to Lost Maples State Natural Area in the Hill Country of Texas, about 80 miles northwest of San Antonio. Features Barking Frogs, Great-Horned Owl, White-tailed Deer, Eastern Phoebe, Carolina Chickadee, Canyon Wren, White-tipped Dove ... and more!

Apr 02 2017

9mins

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Rank #4: Pauraques On My Mind – Podcast

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An audio podcast commemorating my early March visit to the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Features the voices of Common Pauraque, Chachalaca, Green Jay, Great Kiskadee, Eastern Screech-Owl, Long-billed Thrasher, Golden-fronted Woodpecker, and more!

Mar 22 2017

13mins

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Rank #5: Meltwater Melodies - Podcast

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"Meltwater Melodies" is an 11-minute long binaural podcast by Lang Elliott. Please use headphones for a superb 3D listening Experience.

In this podcast, I share my recording adventures while visiting the Three Sisters Wilderness Area in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon during the summer of 2017.

Jan 16 2018

11mins

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