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Rolling Thunder


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This clean, stereo nature recording beautifully captures the tranquility of a typical British summer thunderstorm from the moment the birds stop singing as the first spots of rain roll in, to their re-emergence as the storm passes.

Recorded in the heart of rural Norfolk, England.


  • No sudden crashes: Ideal for relaxation and sleep aid.
  • Eleven minutes of pure natural ambience with no disturbance from passing traffic or other artificial disturbances.
  • A complete recording capturing the storm before the rain approaches, through until the rain eases after the storm.
Licensor: Infrastructure Recordings
Categories: , .
Type: Weather sound effects / recordings
Specs: 1 files • 1 sounds • 16 bit / 44.1 kHz • Not metatagged • 222 MB
Approx. 11 minutes total
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Infrastructure Recordings is a small enterprise founded by Chris Richmond, whose life-long interests in sound and music have developed into an up and coming brand of high-quality audio recordings.

Chris’ links with the public transport industry means he has a great deal of experience with buses, refining an ear for detail, which, combined with his own curiosity has enabled him to produce a number of high-quality sound libraries defining each vehicle’s unique sonic characteristics.

A railway enthusiast at heart, Chris is also passionate about railway recordings- particularly the sounds of fast-disappearing heritage vehicles, attempting to preserve those characteristic soundtracks we all take for granted, which will soon all be consigned to the history books.



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