A binaural audio forest soundscape: “Fritz in the Forest”

Fritz in Limerick Forest

We took Fritz to Limerick Forest in Oxford Station, Ontario, Canada for an afternoon to enjoy some peace and quiet.

Here’s what he heard in the 15 minutes or so we left him by himself.

This is a true 3D binaural audio forest soundscape, created with the Neumann KU 100 dummy head microphone. Listen with headphones and turn the volume up just until the ambient sound seems natural (note, the gusts of wind did get fairly strong at times that day).

To help set the stage, check out this slideshow of pictures we took while we were there:

Let us know what you think! And if you liked what you heard, stay tuned – we’ve got more binaural soundscapes on the way!

(In the mean time, check out some of our binaural music recordings.)

About the Author

Alex KallI'm the owner and head engineer here at Kall Binaural Audio. Aside from my career/love affair with binaural audio recording, I've worked as Symphony Nova Scotia’s stage manager and marketing coordinator, and am also a freelance bass player and designer.View all posts by Alex Kall →

  1. AliceAlice09-22-2012

    Listening to this made me feel happy for some reason.

    • Alex KallAlex Kall08-13-2013

      Glad you like it Alice!