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Voices of Nature
         
 

About Voices of Nature

         The purpose of the Voices of Nature Project is to promote an awareness and appreciation for the wild places on our planet through audio recordings and associated images. The project was initiated in 2000 by Paul Murphey, a paleontologist and natural scientist with thirty years of experience in a wide variety of studio and outdoor recording projects. Together with audio engineer and graphic artist Steve Hartman, the editing and mastering of the field recordings and images takes place at Wake Thy Neighbor Studios in Oceanside, California, and Littleton, Colorado. Voices of Nature combines a love of nature and passion for natural history with sound recording and imaging technologies.

 
 

     
  Audio Imaging Australia (Volume I)

 
  Australia (Vol 1) CD Cover           Audio Imaging Australia (Volume 1) is the first in our Voices of Nature series, and features nature recordings of this fascinating continent made at remote locations in Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, and the Northern Territory. Unlike many other nature CD's, these sounds are pure digital recordings, with no music and no overdubs. From the tranquility of the pre-dawn coastal rainforest to the raucous cries of Blue-winged Kookaburras at dusk, these audio images transport the listener in a unique and powerful way, and make a wonderful gift for any nature lover. The CD includes a 12 panel color leaflet with photographs and descriptions of the environments where the recordings were made. Watch for the next two CD's in the Voices of Nature Series, featuring the amazing sounds of Costa Rica and the Rocky Mountains in the western United States.
   Audio Imaging Australia (Volume II)  
  Australia (Vol 2) CD Cover


          Audio Imaging Australia (Volume 2) is the second in our Voices of Nature series, and features nature recordings of Australia made at remote locations in the Dampier Peninsula region of the Kimberly Coast Western Australia, the Wilderness Coast and Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, and Tasmania. Unlike many other nature CD's, these sounds are pure digital recordings, with no music and no overdubs. From the melodious calls of Bell Miners and Australian Magpies in the coastal rainforest, to the raucous cries of Grey-Headed Flying Fox, these audio images transport the listener in a unique and powerful way, and make a wonderful gift for any nature lover. The CD includes a 12 panel color leaflet with photographs and descriptions of the environments where the recordings were made. Watch for the next two CD's in the series Voices of Nature Series, featuring the amazing sounds of Costa Rica and the Rocky Mountains in the western United States.  
 
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