Olivier Nijs | Wind in Trees

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Wind in Trees

by Olivier Nijs

The aim of this cd was to create a collection of natural soothing soundscapes that come as close as possible to pure pink noise. Waving trees, rustling leaves and creaking branches are moved by the forces of nature.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Pinus Sylvestris
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25:01 album only
2. Quercus Robur (Autumn)
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16:27 album only
3. Quercus Robur (Winter)
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9:18 album only
4. Creaking Pinus Sylvestris
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19:25 album only
5. Dense Bush Pinus Sylvestris
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9:41 album only
6. Dense Pinus Sylvestris (Winter)
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12:24 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Wind in Trees is part of the Nature Sound Recoding series. All recordings by soundartist Olivier Nijs are mixed and mastered with the aim of recreating the experience of the original natural soundscapes. By visiting the recording site over and over to capture the optimal mix of sounds.
Olivier Nijs started recording natural soundscapes more then ten years ago. Experimenting with different techniques and locations. Exploring forests and landscapes very familiar to him. Trying to listen with an open mind.
Most of the material is found close to his hometown. Trying to show that pure and esthetical natural beauty can be found anywhere.


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