If you go down to the shops today... Imagesound isn’t just about music - it’s about how we blend that music with messaging or sometimes sound. That’s why we are well placed to help with a number of our retail clients who have come to us wanting to blend the RSPB’s birdsong track into their daily playlist schedules for Let Nature Sing Day on October 17th. Imagesound supports Let Nature Sing day Let Nature Sing was conceived by the RSPB to highlight the fact that in the last 50 years the UK’s bird population has declined by 40 million. The track that is being played in stores has song from 25 British birds from the easily recognised robin and blackbird to the endangered nightingale and bittern - and has been put together by the Globe theatre’s music director Bill Barclay and Mercury nominated folk artist Sam Lee. “At Imagesound we work hard to provide some of the most popular global brands with sound but there is no sound greater than the natural world and that’s why we are proud to support the RSPB’s ‘Let Nature Sing Day’.” Rosemary Hamilton, Account Manager at Imagesound. Imagesound have worked with a wide variety of clients including the Co-op, Weird Fish, Cotswold Outdoor and Snow and Rock to schedule birdsong into their playlists so that you can hear the soothing sounds of the natural world as you shop. Imagesound’s scheduling team added the track into the various music profiles so that it is cleverly blended in and you’ll hear the wonderful RSPB track up to every half an hour depending on where you shop - Imagesound’s Rosemary Hamilton says “At Imagesound we work hard to provide some of the most popular global brands with sound but there is no sound greater than the natural world and that’s why we are proud to support the RSPB’s ‘Let Nature Sing Day’.”. So whether you’re picking something up for tonight’s dinner, choosing a new t-shirt or testing hiking boots keep your ears peeled for the wonderful melody of bird song. The RSPB estimate over five million of us will listen! You can find out more about the RSPB Let Nature Sing campaign on their dedicated Let Nature Sing pages.