The world of Maar is a place of wonder and secrets, where the stars dance in the sky and the colors of the ground sing. It is a Circumbinary planet, where two suns embrace, and four moons keep watch. A world where triune brain beings roam, creatures of infinite creation and curiosity. The Maar, a volcanic crater, is the heart of this world. It was born from a fiery kiss between the soil and the water, and it holds within it a lake as calm as a dream. A place of pilgrimage, where the living creatures come to listen to the whispers of the ground and the songs of the stars. This place has been a source of inspiration for the people since ancient times. They have woven myths and legends around it, and they have created music that echoes its beauty and power. Music is woven into the fabric of their society, it is the rhythm of their days and the melody of their nights.
1-Water and earth soundscapes from the north.
2-Groundwater comes into contact with magma.
3-Volcanic craters on the land result from volcanic activity.
4-The voice of water is heard.
5-The voice of fire is heard.
6-Viewing time from a different angle let you perceive global water cycles.
7-Circular precipitation, ice melt, and water flow.
8-The acoustic coloration is caused by echoes, reverberations and due to effects related to climatic factors.
9-Water transports heat and regulate climate.
10-Healthy soundscape prevents polarization.
11-All the resources are valuable.
12-Soundscapes from the East.
13-An appealing land for inter-species oral communication.
14-Creatures from the sky singing and descending to the ground.
15-Strange birds can ride the wind in groups of six.
16-Rainforests are full of life.
17-Inside is the outside; explore the caves.
18-Explore the caverns and find features beyond their depths.
19-Feet the tension in the clouds through touch.
20-The present exists eternally.
21-The sounds reaching your ear is analogous to the state of the physical environment
22-Electricity comes from the energy of the sun's.
23-Soundscapes from the south.
24-Life mainly develops in the air and under water.
25-The sea and the waves.
26-Contrast between water and the form taken by the movement of the water on the surface.
27-A shining mirror.
28-Species capable of perceiving the future existence.
29-Species see behind their eyes.
31-The voices fit in relation to all other natural sounds, in terms of frequency and rhythm.
32-Efforts to preserve aquatic species are supported by a worldwide system.
33-The aquifer is estimated at about 34 000 km¹¹.