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Think of “The Soundtracker” as an audio version of a lauded nature program. According to the man who made his living recording the world’s sounds, in the wilderness, those who can really listen stay alive—and those who don’t will get eaten. “The Soundtracker” proves how a sense of hearing is as essential as food and water, and that, baby, the Earth is music. Hempton DJs and interprets his vast collection of nature sounds, precious treasures since noise pollution has made reproducing them impossible. His guidance nuances and brings to light the surprising and sad realities in bioacoustics, and how the sun is what turns up the volume.