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Green Field Recordings

The portuguese netlabel dedicated to the world of field recording.
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World Listening Project

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Wandering Ear 

Midwest Society forAcoustic Ecology  + World Listening Project - Christopher Preissing, Curator

The Empty Space

Launched in 2006, Wandering Ear is a net.label dedicated to releasing field recording-oriented audio from around the world. The concept is deliberately open-ended to accomodate the unexpected. Wandering Ear is co-curated by Nathan Larson and Mike Hallenbeck.

the empty space, destitute of activity, once inhabited, teeming with life, leaving traces in the earth, on their walls, in the air abandoned or never inhabited a sonic odor, once removed remains etched in the subconscious


framework radio

phonography :::

field-recording :::

the art of sound-hunting :::

2010 + 2011 The World Listening Project_a four part series for Framework:Afield

 

Episode 1: Sounds You Might Have Heard 

►#285: 2010.05.23

produced by Dave Armstrong

 

Episode 2: Urban Archeology

►#291: 2010.07.04

produced by John Kannenberg

Long-standing human settlements leave a material record of their past. Can this evidence also exist in sonic form? What soundmaking materials in urban areas contain information about past eras? What data exists in the sonic strata of cities?

From the sounds of resurrected, obsolete equipment, to the echoes of an ancient passageway, to the sound of footsteps treading the same ground others have walked on in ages past, urban areas teem with sonic history.

“This episode of Framework:Afield travels to five continents to present Urban Archeology, the sounds of history that surround us — the sonic strata of cities.” - John Kannenberg

 

Episode 3: Collected Ear

►#298: 2010.09.26

produced by Andy Armstrong

 

Episode 4: Worlds Unheard

►#326: 2011.04.24

produced by Greg O’Drobinak

For this edition Greg O’Drobinak assembled a collection of recordings of physical and non-physical phenomena normally beyond the range of human hearing and experience. Featured are recordings of bats, cellular activity, structural transduction, siesmic waves, electromagnetic fields, vlf (very low frequency) sferics, and evp (electronic voice phenomena).

  • raimund specht
  • anne niemetz
  • joe davis
  • jodi rose
  • mark bain
  • john bulitt
  • christina kubisch
  • steven p. mcgreevy
  • raymond cass
  • michael esposito

 

 

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