If you have been reading this blog for a while, you might know that last month I spend 12 days at a Wolf Center recording over a dozen of wolves and their mysterious forests.
This was a very challenging field recording trip, from coordinating recording times with daily volunteering tasks to listening, cataloguing and editing around 100 hours of recordings.
Wolf Soundscapes is a 12-track non-documentary field recording album with the soundscapes that were more impressive to me.
If you’d like to purchase this work, 50% of the profit will go towards the Wolf Center every month.
Visit the bandcamp page to listen and contribute and I hope you enjoy your listening!
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These are beautiful. What a wonderful experience this must have been. Robert
Thank you Robert! I really appreciate that you took time to listen. It was a very interesting experience, lots of learning. 🙂
This is so amazing. I first heard a few tracks, then had to buy it. These sounds surround me as I work on my photography late night, bringing me back Portugal but also showing me something I’m less familiar with. Great job, don’t envy the selection process, though.
Hi! Thank you so much for listening and supporting my work. It’s interesting to imagine someone working on photography late at night while listening to wolves howling and owls going around looking for mates. 🙂 Grateful!