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The Twelve Seas

by John Crosby

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Tina Turk This is my favourite of the moment, soft and full, like a good hug for my ears :) Favorite track: The Dessert Sea.
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1.
Sea One 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
2.
Sea Two 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
3.
Sea Three 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
4.
Sea Four 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
5.
Sea Five 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
6.
Sea Six 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
7.
Sea Seven 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
8.
Sea Eight 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
9.
Sea Nine 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
10.
Sea Ten 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
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Sea Eleven 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
12.
Sea Twelve 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
13.
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
14.
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.
15.
The Dessert Sea 01:00:04
P. S. Important note for your ears and central nervous system. The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'. Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.

about

The Twelve Seas

The flow of life has many different currents, and each of them brings its own needs.
We might need the sound to help us focus on our current moment; we might wish to take some time away from the urban noises; we might want to practice our senses or meditate on sound. We might be looking for a calm sound that helps us waiting at the dentist or before an operation, or just a friendly white noise, that covers other sounds. We might be in search of a natural sound that helps us to fall asleep, or a cosy sound to wake up to. Or perhaps we just like to enjoy the fantasy of floating amongst the finest waves in the heart of Mediterranean, on a tiny island of Silba.
You might also appreciate the fact that the pictures on the album are from the actual places of the recordings.

Whatever your choice might be, may these sounds support and regenerate you!

P. S.
Important note for your ears and central nervous system.
The sounds of seas and breeze are generally relaxing and this album is offering a variety of natural 'white noise'.
Still, this is 'ambient music' and we propose that you listen to it at appropriate background volume. Unless you prefer to hear it loud for some specific reason or it brings you pleasure, it is generally not advisable to pump up the volume, as the result might be the opposite of relaxing.

credits

released April 5, 2019

Twelve hours of high quality recordings of nature digitally recorded in spaced stereo by John Crosby at 96 kHz / 24 bit with:
DPA d:dicate™ 4007A - Microphones
DPA MMP-A - Preamps
VOVOX® sonorus direct S - Mic Cables
Sound Devices' Kashmir™ - Mic Preamps
Sound Devices MixPre-3 - Audio Recorder
Anker Powercore II 20000 - Power Supply
Apple LogicX - Sample rate conversion 48 kHz
Apogee UV22HR - Dithering 16 bit
XLD Flac 1.3.2 - Lossless Data Compression

Editorial consulting and liner notes by Tina Turk.

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