Dinosaur Dawn

Fellow-blogger Jenny Woolf, commented on my speculation that, as birds were descended from dinosaurs, perhaps dinosaurs sang like birds. She said perhaps their songs would have been at a very different pitch (what with dinosaurs being generally bigger than their feathered descendants) and that she’d never heard birdsong slowed down.

This seemed like an opportunity to, well, slow down some birdsong. I’ve entitled the resulting piece of sound art Dinosaur Dawn. I don’t know if this is what forests sounded like first thing in the morning 70 million years ago but you never know…