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What's Your Favorite Sounds?

The Peanut Gallery

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I always find this question to be a good ice-breaker. It's not something a lot of people are asked on a regular basis & personally, I believe it shares a different side to ourselves.

So on that note, what's your favorite sound? It could be anything that pops in your head. From the simplest thing to something a bit more obscure.

For me, my favourite sound is the sound of a pack of wolves howling at night. Whenever, I'm camping I absolutely adore hearing it. Especially if I'm camped out by a lake because then it's really amplified & glorious. A lot of my friends say they find that sound creepy but for me, it's relaxing & it really grounds myself. It could honestly lull me to sleep.
 

MinnieM123

Premium Member
I always find this question to be a good ice-breaker. It's not something a lot of people are asked on a regular basis & personally, I believe it shares a different side to ourselves.

So on that note, what's your favorite sound? It could be anything that pops in your head. From the simplest thing to something a bit more obscure.

For me, my favourite sound is the sound of a pack of wolves howling at night. Whenever, I'm camping I absolutely adore hearing it. Especially if I'm camped out by a lake because then it's really amplified & glorious. A lot of my friends say they find that sound creepy but for me, it's relaxing & it really grounds myself. It could honestly lull me to sleep.

I like the sounds of train whistles, from the very old steam locomotives. There was a wide range of tones and pitches from the various ones. YouTube has some interesting recordings, fyi.
 

John park hopper

Well-Known Member
Have to agree with Minnie the sound of a steam locomotive. It's more than a machine when it starts out it comes to life. I can remember as a kid the Long Island Railroad what a sound
 

DisAl

Well-Known Member
A real live multi-chime steam whistle, whether on a train or a steamboat. (Not one of the single chime tweet whistles like they use on European and English steam trains.)
 

Sans Souci

Well-Known Member
The sound of walking in the snow, just after it has stopped. Everything sounds muted and all you can hear is snow crunching underfoot.

I have a stream that runs past on one side of my house. I like to sit in my yard and listen to that.

I don't know what causes it, but I think it's a tractor trailer shifting gears. I like the way it sounds in the distance.

Marimba/Xylophone

Drumlines

Songs with driving/assertive bass guitar.
 

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