Well, this may not be the optimal forum for this thread, but Im really unsure which one would deal more with living creatures and nature, so, its here
til someone moves it.
I came across this today, and not only is it beautiful to listen to, it was a really great idea on the part of the people who thought of it. What it
is, is two copies of the same crickets singing. One played at the speed we normally hear. The second is slowed down to a speed that supposedly
would bring them more to human speed in terms of life span. I dont know how accurate that is, but, the result is intriguing, and beautiful.
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I heard a recording like this - I'm not sure it was the exact same recording but it might have been, it was a few years ago now, but it was certainly
the same thing. It was played over the speakers at a conference I went to by Hamish Miller, the dowser, now
sadly deceased. It was eerie and wonderful to listen to. I've often wondered if it would be possible to find a copy of the recording, in fact I was
thinking about searching youtube for it just the other day - and here it is LOL..
I've also wondered what it would sound like if you did the same thing with birdsong or bees buzzing or other creatures' singing. Makes you wonder a
lot of things, that.
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