Steven Vrancken | Pure Sea Sounds

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Pure Sea Sounds

by Steven Vrancken

Listening to these over 70 minutes of pure relaxing sea sounds can bring you such a relaxed and peaceful state of mind that you might wonder why you've never done this before.
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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1. Pure Sea Sounds
72:30 album only
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My biggest source of inspiration for my music is nature. This recording is one of my ways to honor her. Listening to the pure sounds of the sea can bring you to such a relaxed and peaceful state of mind that you might wonder why you've never done this before.

This is professionally edited and mastered—a 72-minute long, mp3 soundscape of the pure sounds of the sea. I recorded it myself on my favorite beach in Spain where I spent a lot of time during my childhood. I really love that place.

I had set my alarm to go off in the early morning, before sunrise, to be sure that there would be a minimum of sound pollution carried by the wind from highways and traffic, to make a nice, relaxing and peaceful soundscape of the pure sounds of the sea.

If you really listen attentively, you'll notice that this soundscape contains three different recording angles. I recorded the first 5 minutes of this soundscape while I was walking in the sea with my recording device on a long stick. I wanted to record the sound of the waves as they break and to capture the light, sparkling sound of the foam, which is left by the waves so you could hear all of it right through your speakers.

Then you really need to pay attention to notice that these sounds slowly change to the sounds of the sea as if you're standing on the shore in between big rocks. There's more echo here; and, at times, you really hear the sea hitting the rocks.

After 15 to 20 minutes, you'll start hearing the sea as if you're walking on the shore 15 meters from the sea; and then the soundscape concludes with a recording again from in between the rocks.

Enjoy this recording!

Recording: Steven Vrancken
Mastering: Samuel Stroobants



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