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Finnhamn - Sounds From The Kvarken Archipelago

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Finnhamn - Sounds From The Kvarken Archipelago is a collection of natural soundscapes recorded in the Finnish nature during one year.

Finnhamn is a isolated headland in the Kvarken World Heritage Site. Here you can find both wild coastal and calm archipelago landscapes, an old growth forest, wetland, lakes and open plains.

This covers in other words most of the landscapes you will find in Scandinavia.

Since the recordings where made during a one year period, soundscapes from all four seasons are well covered.

The trail to the old fishing cottage on the hill of the headland goes trough a 300 year old protected forest that is home to a multitude of animals, birds, insects, trees and plants, some of which we get to know more intimately in these recordings. This place has a colorful history that include ice ages, land uplift (that still continues), soldiers and shipwrecks, fishermen and women, some of whom sailed out to sea but never returned, seal hunters, smugglers, sea pilots and customs officers. Many fates have unfolded here, but nature is and has always been the superior essence for which man has had to yield. The isolated location of Finnhamn and the adjacent forest is rather unique in that sense, that not much sound pollution reaches it. It is well worth a visit if you want to experience deep natural quiet and wonderful and invigorating nature.

The package contains 165 files with a total playing time of 14 hours!

Recorded in 48kHz & 24 bit with a Sound Devices 633 recorder, DPA 4061 microphones and JRF D-series hydrophones. Presented in 48kHz, 24 bit & 44.1kHz, 16 bit stereo.

The compressed package is 14,4/8,8GB.

The tracks are labeled according to the UCS standard, except for the first 4 characters that indicates the order in which the tracks where recorded. If you want to use a database that speaks the UCS language, then please remove the first 4 characters of the filename. You can then arrange the tracks in the right order using the last UserData field (the date).

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