Tek Chok Ling Nunnery library contains one of a kind, a unique collection of sounds, recorded both within the walls of the Nepalese nunnery and on the filled with life streets of Kathmandu.
The purpose of the Tek Chok Ling Nunnery is to inspire and infect with the contagious beauty of everyday Buddhist rituals, which normally are not accessible for outsiders and meant to be experienced by only a limited group of people, whose entire lives are dictated by their immaculate religious beliefs.
Within those humble advocates of unrestricted faith in a fellow man and a stranger, one can find an inspiration and a proper dose of somewhat distant empathy in the Western world.
The library includes, but is not limited to sounds from both the nunnery and the hectic streets of the capital city of Nepal. The busy streets of Kathmandu carry the beauty of its everyday hustle and bustle sounds, containing a diverse range of city ambiance.
Extensive information of every track was made, making the search for desired environmental sound much easier, formatted for Soundminer. The library features 3h24min of sounds from Tek Chok Ling Nunnery, Kathmandu, and Himalayan mountains.
Number of Files: 79 High Quality WAVS (204)
Size Unpacked: 6.88 GB
Sample Rate: 96kHz/24bit
Gear Used: Sound Devices 302, Zoom F8, Sennheiser MKH 8040 ORTF, Sennheiser MKH 416, Sennheiser G3 ME2, Tascam DR100MKII
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