The Music Genius And The Nature

Diego Stocco Is The Man

When I saw Diego with headset on, microphones attached to trees’ leaves and branches, I knew then that the video I was about to view is something interesting.

My wife called our 2 year old son and had him sit on my lap facing the laptop because we knew that Diego’s video would also interest him. I love music and so my son. We enjoyed watching the 2 minutes and 55 seconds YouTube video. My son’s even asking to click the next video of Diego. 🙂

For me, it was like wow. I love the craziness of Diego putting all those microphones and stethoscope to a tree, making sounds, getting and creating music out of it. Putting those sounds all together was not an easy task. But that’s his expertise being a Sound Designer.

No wonder this Italian fella landed to big movie projects such as Takers, Sherlock Holmes, Crank and Into The Blue. He’s even responsible for the music of several TV shows, top video games and so many others.

I just hope that people who really don’t have enough knowledge or common sense of doing this thing right, not to follow Diego’s acts because you might harm the trees. LOL!

Anyway, the video below is just one of the so many videos showing the geniuses of Diego Stocco.

Have a nature sound tripping man! Cheers!




A Filipino expat in Dubai, an online ad specialist, a social media influencer, a photographer wannabe, a music lover, a loving husband and a loving father, a movie freak, a gadget geek, a foodie etcetera

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3 Responses

  1. Rae says:

    I enjoyed the video. Thanks!

    And that’s what came to mind too, that people might do this and end up hurting the trees. 😛

  2. I would assume that music is in you also. I consider those who appreciate this kind of music, like me; are music lover. 🙂 Thanks Rae!

  3. sarah says:

    I remember one article in Readers Digest the different types of intelligence. It was mentioned that kids with musical inclination shows signs very early in their lives. Sound coming from a carpenter sawing a wood or even hammering a nail is considered music to them. Even the howl of the wind, the waves of the sea, the pouring of the rain, even the roaring thunder.

    Hmm, I suddenly got inspired.

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