“Sounds of Future Ocean” is the peculiar record of National Geographic with the sounds of the oceans.
National Geographic wanted to celebrate World Water Day by alerting us about the future of our seas. And they do it with taking out a disc that reproduces the sounds of the future oceans. An album that can be found on digital platforms such as Spotify, Deezer, Tidal and Apple Music.
“Sounds of Future Ocean” is the record of National Geographic with the sounds of the oceans … at first listen. Actually, all the sounds have been recorded with objects extracted from the sea. The sound of the waves is achieved by rubbing a bag against a wooden table; the sound of dolphins by the friction between a cork and a plastic pot and the sound of seagulls blowing a candy wrapper.
The record of National Geographic disc consists of four pieces: beaches, glaciers, open sea and deep ocean. One for each ecosystem affected. A way to raise awareness among the population about taking care of our seas to avoid a major disaster.
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