A large space is occupied by many noises. It varies in bright noises, to very dull and flat noises. It is a very relaxed soundscape. There is nothing startling or aggressive that can be heard. A beautiful noise comes from above. The noise has clear vibrato. Although it doesn’t echo, the sound can still be heard after the noise ends. Further away, another sound source repeats a similar to the previous one, as if its replying, or calling out to the first. Both these noises are quite sharp, and fairly loud, though they are far away.
Many quiet hums and ‘whooshes’ pan across me in the distance. They make a very small impact in the overall soundscape. Further to my left are many of a similar sound, some are higher than others, some more full and deep. Each one has its own timbral quality, none are the same. Each one isn’t continuous, it stops and starts every so often. After listening for a further few minutes, each of these sounds begin to dissipate, in other directions. The number of them start to decrease, before none are left. It is at this point that there is only one outstanding noise. It calmly passes by me every couple of seconds. It has a fairly high pitch, but sometimes low. It isn’t consistent in any way (timbre, pitch, duration). This noise creates other sound objects, a percussive kind of sound, where objects hit other one, creating a broken up calm tone. When the high pitch ends, so does the percussive one, and the soundscape becomes stagnant.