Sleepy Spring Night © - perfect to use as a peaceful background noise. Sleepy Spring Night is a recording of one of those nights that follows a warm spring day. The first thunderstorm of the season has passed, it's lightning releasing a nutritious rainfall of freshly ionized nitrogen. Leaves are just beginning to unfold, ferns are unfurling, and water is everywhere. Water is running and on the move.
The sounds of peaceful trickles of running water come from all around, and larger moving volumes can be heard in the distant background. Emanating from around, seemingly without a direct source, a velvety sound fills the atmosphere. It constantly evolves and undulates, seemingly self-creating, just like the evening mist that gently floats through the maze of ferns and thickets of shrubbery. It sounds like insects, but this time of year is too soon after winter for the six-leggeds to be reproducing. Surprisingly, the trilling is toads.
Sleepy Spring Night © features a long 10 second fade-in at the beginning and a slow fade-out at the end so there are no sudden disturbing interruptions when played looped. Sleepy Spring Night © is a natural soundscape composed of edited digital stereo quasi-binaural field recordings. Encoded at a bitrate of 192 kps for quality listening.