Episode #126: Blue Sound

Over my recent long weekend, I visited with my cousin, Judy, and her husband Jeff. They recently moved from Pittsburgh to Sneads Ferry, North Carolina, less than a mile away from Topsail Beach along the Atlantic Ocean. We spend quite a bit of time walking the beach, enjoying the sounds and smells of the ocean. These rhythmic sounds of the water lapping up the sandy shoreline is known as “blue sound.” There have been many studies to try to pin down why that environment seems to be so therapeutic. I asked my younger brother, Denié, to try to enlighten the WeatherJazz® podcast audience about why it is the ocean has so much appeal to so many people.

This is how I recorded the surf sound for Episode #126, for those interested:

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DenieBernier.com

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