The "Last Chance to See" Tour

Corney Brook Falls

Here's 20 minutes of natural white noise masking, courtesy of Corney Brook Falls, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. The 4K wide original wasn't that interesting, so we opted for a long, slow tilt down the falls in 1080 HD instead.

Halifax and a New Recreational Binaural

Apparently, Cheticamp decided to give us a preview of all the winter weather we were going to be missing as we drove away - hail, snow and freezing rain - but our trip to Halifax was relatively uneventful. 

Shimmering Sunset at Pillar Rock

Well, we've definitely enjoyed the last of fall here in Cheticamp.  It's getting chilly and the overcast days definitely outnumber the sunny recently. 

Beulach Ban Falls

We've set out for Beulach Ban Falls many times but we always seem to get distracted by some sight or sound on the way there.  This time we finally made it.  It was chilly, and the sun wasn't in the…

New Vimeo Channel: A World Without People

We looked for a channel of field recordings that didn't include urban landscapes, people or voices and came up empty.  So we scoured Vimeo for material and made our own.  Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!  Use…

Big Distracting Surf at Corney Brook and Le Bloc

So once again we set out for Beulach Ban Waterfall, and once again we got distracted by the natural beauty along the way.  This time it was the larger-than-usual surf at Le Bloc and the beach where Corney Brook meets…

Bubbling Along with Corney Brook

Corney Brook Trail follows its namesake to a waterfall some 3.3 km from the trailhead. Along the way, the stream widens and narrows, joining with others until it cascades into the ocean a short distance below the start.

Visitation with Memory Brain Entrainment Experiment

We're posting a new "thought experiment" binaural today.  This one's a personal favorite and uses "Frogsong at Miner's Marsh" with the operatic crooning of green frogs recorded in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia to great effect.  You can find the…

Clark's Tower and Woodland Meditation

This is one of our first thought experiments from when we started exploring pairing binaurals with meditation.  (Headspace for the win!)  It's pretty basic and straightforward and makes great use of a field recording we made at Clark's Tower