50 sound recordings from the everyday monastic environment of Tibetan monks
The Tibetan Monasteries sound effects library by Avosound contains recordings from the everyday monastic environment of Tibetan monks. Apart from atmospheric recordings of the monasteries in Sachung, Rebkong, Langmusi and the religious centre in Labrang, this library also contains the chanting of the monks as well as the rattle of prayer wheels and various other devices.
All recordings were made in the Tibetan highlands of the Amdo region, north-east of the capital city of Lhasa - which was cut off entirely from the rest of the world during Avosound's stay there. There was no way to get to Lhasa without a Chinese passport (not even for Tibetans).
As a supplement to the this Library, over 2 hours of audio material from tibet can be found in the Tibetan Atmospheres library (coming soon).
- 50 sound recordings from Tibetan Monasteries in Sachung, Labrang, Rebkong, & Langmusi
- Recordings in 3 audio formats: Stereo, Stereo MS, & 5.1 Surround Sound
- 157 tracks total
- 24-bit/96 kHz high definition audio
- Info on cultural elements of the library such as prayer wheels, prayer flags, & debating