Tue, 30 Sep 2003 10:29:04 -0600
Hello, all! I just joined your group, and thought I would introduce myself. My
name is Clea and I live in Longmont, Colorado (about 45 minutes north of
Denver). I actually have no experience recording nature sounds, but I am
working on a project with nature sounds and hoped you all might be willing to
help, or at the least I hope to learn more about what you all do. I love
listening to animal sounds, like bird calls and whales and so on. My new
favorite sound is that slowed-down sound inside a cottonwood on the nature
Anyway, the project I am working on involves slowing down or speeding up sounds
to see what happens. I am an artist and my fiance is a music therapist. We also
both do sound healing (see www.acutonics.com for more info about that).
So I'm just going to sit back and read your posts for a while, and if I have a
question I'll pipe in! I'm heading out to the Oregon coast this week, so I
won't be around till mid October. (I can hardly tell you how excited I am to
head out west -- I'm from the Seattle area and I miss salt water like nothin'
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