Tyton Sound collaborated with Shoreline Productions to bring you what is probably the most Kingstonian video you’ll ever see. It is a great addition to the other national sensational video The Singing Bridge! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1VkvB_Y
This is the sound of a full day of Junior Kindergarten. It was recorded on June 22nd 2017 in Toronto at Howard Public Junior School in area 11. You’ll hear all the sounds from the children’s day; from the school bell, to lunchtime, to music class.
I love nature sounds. In this sample you hear several birds calling including one very unhappy downie woodpecker, the wind in the trees, and sounds of water flowing after a spring rain. Recorded While hiking at Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington.
Beginning of thunderstorm, Cobourg, ON, June 26, 2017
Crows make a wide variety of sounds and not just the “cawing” and often times shrill barking just after sunrise on a Sunday (sleep in) morning.
Some 15 to 20 chainsaws are all working hard to create beautiful artistic forms out of large tree butts. The finished works are displayed by Googling Campbell River or chainsaw carvings or some such descriptives.
MATTHEWS PUTS THE LEAFS ON THE BOARD! 1-0! #WSHvsTOR #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/fUWpA7TrLW— Hockey Night Punjabi (@HkyNightPunjabi) April 24, 2017
I’m not sure if this is what you’re looking for, but if you ask me nothing sounds more Canadian than hearing a TML playoff goal called in Punjabi.
A split-flap display (designed and built by the Solari company, Udine, Italy) for Mirabel airport passenger terminal. Saved and fixed up by the Montreal Signs Project at Concordia.
Spring peepers They are everywhere…where there are wetlands of course! 🙂
Quand j’ai entendue ce son au début je croyais que c’était une sortes d’oiseau`. Que fut ma surprise de voir une marmotte. Quand elle cri ,elle se crispe. Ce vidéo a été prit le 28 juin 2010 par Suzanne Légère.
Les chutes de Grand-Sault sont majestueuses. Je les entends depuis déja 43 ans. Ils m’ont adopté. Vidéo pris le 12 juin 2015 par Suzanne Légère
Un des sons de la grive fauve. Le 07 août 2016 par Suzanne Légère
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