Katydids Crickets Nature Sounds. Katydids Crickets: Katydids, or bush crickets or long-horned grasshoppers, are related to crickets. The two groups combine to produce a steady chorus of high and upper-mid-range sounds. The singing is frquently used as a masking sound for ringing in the ears. These insects are are in the foreground, midground and background at different sound levels.
Crickets: The summer and warm weather sounds, the rhyhmic pulses of crickets singing and chirping in chorus with a few individuals in background. The crickets are constant throughout the recording. High pitches make this sound very good for masking and bringing relief from incessant ringing in the ears.