Bernie Krause grew up loving music and fearing the natural world. Following his influential career in music and composition, Krause decided to leave it behind and devote his efforts to studying the sounds of the natural world as a bioacoustician. Through his research, recordings, and his book, The Great Animal Orchestra, Krause is trying to raise awareness about how natural soundscapes have influenced our lives and how our actions can impact habitats all over the world.
This episode makes use of the following audio from FreeSound.org:
‘bird tweet.aif’ by tigersound, ‘Frogs’ by lepolainyann, ‘crickets.wav’ by Christoff45, ‘Forest Ambience Danish.wav’ by gim-audio, ‘BatWalk.wav’ by acclivity, ‘robin2.wav’ by reinsamba, ‘bus.aif’ by nextmaking, ‘Helicopter Landing’ by Mings, ‘Jet004.wav’ by weebrain, ‘AMB_Siren_Police_Pass_003.wav’ by conleec, ‘buttons02.wav’ by FreqMan
The Chemical Brothers – “The Salmon Dance” from We Are The Night
The Meters – “Chicken Strut” from Struttin’
US Army Band – “Flight of the Bumblebee” composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
Baha Men – “Who Let The Dogs Out?” from Who Let The Dogs Out?