No, and as I work with new moms (as a counselor), the more hospital birth stories I hear, the more I say (to myself) "thank God/dess I had them at home, thank God/dess I had them at home!!!"
Now, I will tell you -- I read all the Ina May Gaskin books and Birthing From Within etc. etc. so I was expecting angels singing from on high while I gave birth in a peaceful, low-lit space making low-toned, but calm, "vocalizations" -- um, no -- they hurt, a lot, and were long (both 24 hours +) and the "vocalizations" you were hearing sounded a lot less celestial and a lot more like a barnyard -- so that is my *only* caveat to you: be prepared for some pain and for things to not go as you "dream" they will -- but if you are like pretty much every other mom I know -- you will NOT regret your homebirth and will rank it as one of the most incredible experiences of your life, if nothing else to be able to say, "I did it! I gave my baby (and myself) the best possible experience we could have on my own terms in my own space." You will feel like a superhero at the end -- what's 24 hours of pain compared to that???