Burmese Soundscapes Sound Archive
- The Burmese Soundscapes Sound Archive contains 150 audio tracks from Myanmar as well as the following sound archives:
- Myanmar Atmospheres, City Soundscapes Myanmar including city sounds of Yangon and Mandalay
The Burmese Soundscapes atmosphere archive contains more than 150 audio tracks from Burma with a total running time of over 5 hours of audio material.
It includes the archives Myanmar Atmospheres Sound Archive and City Soundscapes Myanmar. The Burmese Soundscapes sound archive comprises recordings from the following cities: Yangon, Mandalay, Pyin U Lwin, Hispaw and many others. The Myanmar Atmospheres Archive will transport you into the rural regions of Burma and deep into the Burmese jungle.
The Burmese Soundscapes sound archive contains more than 150 recordings from Myanmar and comprises several sub-archives. Burmese Soundscapes features recordings of nature and environment sounds, as well as current recordings of Burmese cities in High Definition 24 Bit / 96 kHz resolution. All sounds come with detailed notes and metadata for administration software like Soundminer in order to search for sounds.
This list is merely an overview. Please refer to the online sound archive or the track sheet for more information.
The Myanmar Atmospheres Sound Archive contains a collection of typical Burmese sounds, including atmospheres with Burmese birds and crickets recorded in the jungle or near a forest. The Myanmar Atmospheres Sound Archive comprises more than 90 minutes of audio material (also available individually for download).
The City Soundscapes Myanmar Sound Archive contains recordings of the capital Yangon as well as the cultural centre Mandalay in the heart of Myanmar. Both cities are available individually as City Soundscapes sound archives or, alternatively, as part of the Burmese Soundscapes sound archive. The City Soundscapes Myanmar sound archive contains more than three hours of sound material and will transport you straight to the country's markets, streets, squares, temples, restaurants, street food restaurants, quays and many other places.