If you don’t want to read this post you can jump directly to my ocean sounds on Bandcamp.
Update: Because somebody downloads my free sounds on Bandcamp until I am running out of credits I had to chance to price at least to one Dollar. Sorry about that.
Hi friends! In this blog post, I love to share with you a new album that I created out of all the ocean sounds that I have recorded so far and seriously I had the opportunity to record way more ocean sounds and I while I was editing the sounds I totally regret that. Right now we are in Chiangmai far away from the ocean but hopefully, we will be back on an island or somewhere close to the ocean to record more.
For now, I have around five GB and 27 files of different ocean sound for you and you can download them all from my Bandcamp account.
What I love about Bandcamp is that I can just add a new recording to this album so make sure to check it out from time to time.
The album includes ocean sound recordings from California ( USA ), Costa Rica, Bali (Indonesia), Japan and Vietnam.
But not only recordings from the ocean. Recordings from Dana Point or Balboa have water gargle sound effects. I recorded these sounds around 11 pm at night. The fishermen at Redondo pier and Dana Point again have boats and buoy bell sounds included. You can hear these sounds in the background of the recordings.
Most of the sounds are recorded on sand beaches but the one in Japan is recorded on fine gravel stones. If the water goes back into the ocean you can listen to the soft stone rolling.
The ocean sound at Uluwatu in Bali is recorded in a cave or cove. The entry is surrounded by stones and I kept the mic rumble in this recording. The reason why I did this is because of this interesting bass impact that you can listen to when some waves hit the rocks.
Plus in the end of the recording I recorded dripping drops from the rocks down to the ground.
In the recordings at Balboa Peninsula at night time you have a boat entering the harbor and a crane flying scream and flying away.
Ocean Sounds at Morro Bay including Seagulls and Sea Otter to get a variety of animal sounds. I couldn’t avoid the sound of several tourists.
If you like to have some surfer in the water I recorded ocean sounds at “The Wedge” and by the time of the recordings, you can listen to the bodysurfer in the water.
Another cool sound is the one at Balboa Island where I recorded the ferry coming from the peninsula and docking on the pier.
All the other sounds have only ocean sounds and now I invite you to jump over to my Bandcamp album and download your copy.
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