10 Minutes of Audio Bliss! An Ambient Soundscape
This is the second offering from the Staunton Media Lab. This week, we’re serving up 10 Minutes of Audio Bliss! This is an ambient soundscape recorded deep in the Taxter Ridge Park Preserve in Westchester County, New York.
Go ahead, start the audio while you read this post. It features water running over rocks in a stream along with bird calls and a little breeze. It’s very peaceful and can help calm you. Put it on in the background and relax!
Feel free to download the audio file and put it on your music player or phone. The file is copyright-free, and can be used as a relaxing background for a slideshow presentation, or as background music in your next educational video. Most Staunton Media Lab products are distributed free of copyright.
The Staunton Media Lab is a vocational program for adults with vision impairment, hearing impairment, or cognitive impairment. People with disabilities in one area often gain extraordinary capabilities in others. The Staunton Media Lab helps them cultivate these powers for audio editing, video editing, and computer animation. Today’s soundscape, 10 Minutes of Audio Bliss, was edited by Coley Evans, our senior audio engineer at the Staunton Media Lab.
The Staunton Media Lab struggles to broadcast live every Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time. We hope you will join us. Until then, relax!
Image and Audio courtesy of the Staunton Media Lab. Copyright free – use as you please.