Early spring and a forest stream is filling its bed with fresh, spirited, sparkling snow-melt. The reflection off crystalline snow-crusted banks results in an exceptional vibrant, bright and radiant sonic clarity. The extra spring flow produces a vigorous, almost imperative sound. Eddies to either side add sensuous swirls which create an evolving, even opulent transparent soundscape. No bird or animal sounds included. 100% water.
The microphones were centered above the stream where it narrowed to about 8 feet ( 2.5 meters) in width. A full 360-degree audio image of flowing water is the result. There is a slow 10-second fade in and out, which avoids having a sudden volume change. Encoded at 192 kps for quality audio reproduction. Edited digital stereo, binaural-baffled omni-direction microphone field recording. Length: 1:05:54. File Size: 90.5 MB.