Berlin For example, if you are interested in how a thunderstorm sounds in the Himalayas, you will find it there. And if you want to know what water drops in a lava cave sound like, simply click on the corresponding image to start playback.
An acoustic journey around the world
And it gets even more special: the page also contains the sounds of certain lakes, mountain landscapes or forest areas. They can be controlled and listened to in a targeted manner using a map with markings at all locations with sound recordings. How about sounds from the Sunaberra National Park in India?
The free collection of nature sounds was put together by a non-profit organization registered in Estonia. The length of the sounds varies. Some recordings are only 30 seconds long, others run for over an hour.
Treat nature with care
According to the information provided, the people who initiated the project are concerned, on the one hand, with mindful listening to soundscapes, which are said to have a positive influence on people’s well-being. On the other hand, the project should also show the beauty of nature and promote respect for it.
The thesis of the creators: natural sounds are becoming increasingly rare because ecosystems are increasingly being destroyed. Her goal is therefore to build partnerships with local organizations that support the restoration and conservation of nature.