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Recorded Cricket Chirps Sound Like a Human Chorus

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If you had to guess what recorded cricket chirps would sound like slowed down, what would you guess? Perhaps a (human) chorus? Composer Jim Wilson has found that comparison to be uncanny.

“I discovered that when I slowed down this recording to various levels, this simple familiar sound began to morph into something very mystic and complex……..almost human,” said Wilson.

The composer took two tracks, one of the actual cricket sounds and the other of their chirps slowed down, and layered them. He has titled the piece, “God’s Chorus of Crickets.” Have a listen and let us know if you pick up some angelic vibes.

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