Christopher Seufert | Cape Cod Soundscapes, Vol. 2: Morning at Chatham Harbor

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Cape Cod Soundscapes, Vol. 2: Morning at Chatham Harbor

by Christopher Seufert

Natural environment recordings with no music, looping, or artificial sounds.
Genre: New Age: Healing
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70-minute digital recording of the Chatham Fish Pier Harbor without the diesel engines or trucks, just the first seagulls of the day, the incoming tide, and the distant rush of the Atlantic. Perfect for relaxing, sleeping, meditating, or just to take a piece of Cape Cod with you wherever you go.

The Cape Cod Soundscapes Series is drawn from the field recordings of Christopher Seufert and the Mooncusser Films audio archive.

Mooncusser Films is an entirely independent film and video production company specializing in documentaries, educational programs, music video, and promotional projects.

In addition to projects of their own design, the company has also been lucky enough to work all over the world with a great variety of people, including journalist Walter Cronkite,musician Suzanne Vega, the late illustrator Edward Gorey, actress Julie Harris, and filmmaker Al Maysles.

Cape Cod Chronicle, December 8, 2005
"The Cape is well-known for its scenic vistas. But what would it be without the sound of waves lapping?"


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Taking an old form further.
Ocean at Chatham Harbor is one of the best soundscape recordings to come to cd in recent years. The genre was created in the late sixties with the advent of more portable sound equipment and the rise of the LP. Veterans like Gordon Hempton took environmental recordings to new levels of purity and at the same time brought the recordings into the mainstream with CD releases, however in recent years there have been too few building on this quality. Cape Cod Soundscapes are achieving recordings here of subtle stereo spacing and noise free mastering. We love these Cape Cod Soundscape recordings however, not just for their technical achievement but for bringing the smaller ecological sound environments of the Northeast to our cd players. No longer do we have to spin nameless rainstorms and far away rain forests. How rarely we get to hear these New England places in such a pure way, without planes, automobiles, and dogs barking.

Beth Ann Nolan

Truly Uniqu
You wouldn't think that the sound of a "harbor" would be relaxing necessarily, but this one is. It really does remind me of a sunrise with the world just waking up. This is the ocean before the people and the boats begin their day, and if you know Chatham Harbor, this is a rare audio snapshot of a beautiful place.