To you, personally what is the most beautiful sound in the world ?

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  1. thunderbyrd

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    I have 2: when the frogs start singing, along about end of march or so. love to hear that sound. the other is when my 7 month old grandson laughs.
     
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    The sounds of a happy baby's laughter and the voices of my grandsons. But my children's laughing and their voices came before the boys,of course.
    Second is the sounds of a fall morning (and winter too) during hunting season,the woods waking up is such a calming sound. And the quiet before the forest wakes up.
     
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    Above he is correct. The woods waking up. Close second is walking to my boat to go fishing on a morning when the fog is just breaking. The smell that goes with that is when you first get into the boat and fire it up and get that smell of two-cycle. To borrow from Robert Duvall, "I love the smell of two-cycle in the morning."
     
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    I'm rather partial to the sound a large crisp apple makes when you catch it......toss it up in the air......catch it.......toss it up in the air.......catch it.
     
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    I can believe that - but it was probably deliberate. They are known as being very curious, and very territorial. I was watching one as it raced up and down between the trees on a hunting track. It whizzed closely past me a few times before changing angle a degree and flew straight into my chest! Sheepishly, I acknowledged that I was in its way, and moved off.
    Birds can sometimes be seen attacking cars, and this behaviour seems to be triggered by seeing reflections of themselves in the car's mirrors or shiny paintwork - perhaps the dragonfly was having the same issues...
     
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    Being in the room with a string quartet, playing the 2nd movement of Ravel's Quartet in F Maj.
     
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    The cacophony that is my family get togethers.
     
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    Nature’s symphony: the crickets and the cicadas going at it. I’m hearing it right now. Perfection!

    Second best: bullfrogs at night when I’m camping.
     
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    I love the sound of a stadium crowd going nuts after a huge play to win a game. Could be any sport. Any team. I prefer it to be my favorite teams, but, my teams are in Minnesota. We haven't had the last roar since 91.:cry:
    I've noticed lately the tv broadcasts muffle the crowd noise in order to hear the announcers better. I hate that.
     
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    The first 7 seconds of Jimi's 'Voodoo Chile'.
     
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    Yes!!

    Amazing place, and the brand of my Spanish Guitar ;)
     
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    Birdsong....

    I love waking up on a sunny morning and listening to all the local birds going through their repertoire.... no other noise about.. just the birds.... bliss...:)
     
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    The sound of a maxed vintage AC30 + Treble Booster + Strat. 'Used To Be' my own set-up.
     
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    that's not being denied here, I love a snappy banjo , bluegrass, new orleans jazz, merciless movie soundtracks.
    don't change the topic , next to the sound as heard from ground zero of a detonating 30 kiloton nuclear weapon the accordion/banjo/dumpster
    ( he patiently explained wearing a make me ground zero t-shirt.:twisted: ) the accordion/banjo/dumpster sound, analog or digital is sweet sweet sweet.
     
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    Hard rain on the roof with the sound of a thunderstorm in the distance, as I’m curled up with a good book.
     
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    Man I’m so envious of that peaceful-looking view of nothing but trees from your deck... what a great place to sit and play.
     
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    Rain on the roof
     
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    A beautiful French woman speaking French to her cat in a sun-soaked Parisian apartment as I wake up but keep my eyes closed so she won’t stop speaking French to the cat. Had that experience once in 1981 and it kinda stuck with me as one of my life’s most sublime memories. And definitely as beautiful as anything I’ve ever heard...
     
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    I start reading...

    Loo sounds in the morning coming across the lake..... Huh wtf? wait up.. read that again... oh, Loon...:oops:

    meanwhile my brain exploded trying to imagine what THAT would sound like?... a symphony of ass trumpets wafting across the lake as your neighbors rise in sequence.... the Foghorns of fishermen out early?..:lol:
     
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