Listen to The Calm PRINciples album music here for free!

Click on the Disco or HearNow links for a free album preview before it is available on all major music streaming platforms!

What kind of music is this?

This is a unique mix of ambient soundscapes with sound healing tools, like singing bowls and Hz frequency sounds embedded into instrumental or minimal vocalized melodies. Great for yoga, background music, relaxing, and winding down at the end of the day!

The first single off of the album is already out! Add it to your favorite music playlists!

Oooh Song – (click at bottom)

Oooh Song by Prin – meditative vocal, ambient

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Are you a musician?

If you re a music creator and enjoy making ambient or sound healing tracks, please, let me know. I’d love to share the work of other artists! Calm is the word!

Would you like a custom song?

That’s right! If you have a need for some tunes designed with wellness in mind, I can write you a song! I use special tones, rhythms, and frequencies. Ask!

The C.A.L.M. PRINciples is all about music, writing, and education as wellness tools.

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