℗ 2017 Tasmantis
Released May 9, 2017
Duration 1h 02m 00s
Record Label Tasmantis
Catalogue No. TM11010
Genre Soundtracks (Other Environmental)
 

Birdsong Café - The Sound of the New Zealand Rainforest

David Antony Clark

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1.1
Chorus at Dawn
David Antony Clark
6:30
1.2
Kereru Morning
David Antony Clark
5:44
1.3
Rainforest Canopy
David Antony Clark
8:24
1.4
Bellbird Brook
David Antony Clark
3:29
1.5
Tuatara Stream
David Antony Clark
5:20
1.6
Birdsong Café
David Antony Clark
6:09
1.7
Sunlit Clearing
David Antony Clark
5:23
1.8
Birdlandia
David Antony Clark
8:16
1.9
Kiwi at Dusk
David Antony Clark
4:34
1.10
Ruru Night Rain
David Antony Clark
8:11
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Tasmantis Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.40
-3.49 to -1.03
-24.78
-30.12 to -22.11
15
13 to 20
1
Chorus at Dawn
-1.19-25.9516
2
Kereru Morning
-1.19-24.7414
3
Rainforest Canopy
-1.19-23.4414
4
Bellbird Brook
-1.19-24.6016
5
Tuatara Stream
-1.19-27.2420
6
Birdsong Café
-1.19-22.1913
7
Sunlit Clearing
-1.19-22.2714
8
Birdlandia
-1.03-22.1113
9
Kiwi at Dusk
-1.19-25.1715
10
Ruru Night Rain
-3.49-30.1218

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