No Artist ‎– Symphonies Of The Planets 1 - NASA Voyager Recordings

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1 Symphonies Of The Planets 1 - Nasa Voyager Recordings 30:52

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℗ 1992 Delta Music Inc.
© 1990 Brain/Mind Research™

The epic space flights of Voyager I & II soar across our Solar System. This unique series of recordings (5 volumes) is created from original Voyager recordings of the electromagnetic "voices" of the planets and moons in our Solar System. Although space is a virtual vacuum, this does not mean there is no sound in space. Sound does exist in electronic vibrations. The specially designed instruments on board the Voyagers performed special experiments to pick up and record these vibrations, all within the range of human hearing. Hear the beautful songs of the planets. The complex interactions of the cosmic plasma of the universe, charged electromagnetic particles from the solar wind, planetary magnetosphere, rings and moons create vibration "soundscapes" which are at once utterly alien and deeply familiar to the human ear. Some of these sounds are hauntingly like human voices singing, giant Tibetan bowls, wind, waves, birds and dolphins.

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  • Barcode (Text): 0 18111 21232 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 018111212328
  • ASIN: B000001V2O
  • Matrix / Runout: 10/92 1DA1 12123

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Arizur

Arizur

March 8, 2014
The Sounddesign of the 'Symphonies of the Plantes'-Serie is bit less brillant as the one on the NASA - Voyager Space Sounds - Serie, but still great. There are no Information over the Recording Location, but knowing both Series very well, I can say with Certitude, Vol.1 sounds like 'Rings of Uranus'.