Thursday, March 17, 2011

The First of the New Zealand Sounds is Here

The first of the soundtracks from the New Zealand recording adventures has been released on moodstreams.com. It's called Shores of Lake Te Anau, and is a simple recording captured down by the water line of New Zealand's famous lake. For folks who like the rhythmic sound of waves, but don't want something as grand as the ocean, this could be the ticket.
The MP3 is available for $5.99 USD, and is downloadable directly from the Moodstreams site.

Listen to a sample

Here's the product description from the web page:
On a windy day, waves lap up onto the shore of Lake Te Anau, the largest lake in the South Island of New Zealand. This recording, made right at the water level, contains only the rhythmic sounds of the waves in the foreground and the gentle wind in the background. If you enjoy listening to waves but find the ocean a bit too "big", this could be for you. Use this recording for sleep, relaxation, or meditation.

The MP3 version of the soundtrack is about half an hour long, but you may special order a CD-R version of the soundtrack that would be one hour long.