The annual World Listening Day has excited a global community of people interested in sounds and field recording. Green Field Recordings is a netlabel in Portugal run by Luís Antero, who released a compilation of field recordings from around...
Deadline for submissions extended to March 30, 2012 We are looking forward to your artistic, scholarly or scientific proposals for our event: The Global Composition Conference on Sound, Media and the Environment Darmstadt/Media Campus Dieburg (Hochschule Darmstadt), July...
The Sounds Of Summer August 10, 2011 12:05 PM Now that summer has finally arrived, what does it sound like? The rhythmic spray and twist of the lawn sprinkler. The splash of kids in the wading pool. The clink of ice...
An invitation from Professor Bryan Pijanowski: Hi, The Soundscape Ecology Project at Purdue is sponsoring a World Listening Day (July 18, 2011) recording drop event. We invite the public, amateur sound recording specialists, acoustic ecologists, bioacousticians, etc. to visit...
David New's portrait of R. Murray Schafer becomes a lesson unto itself, gracing viewers (and listeners) with a singular moment of interactive subjectivity.
Sounds of Nature: 4-day field recording workshop in Western US with Bernie Krause and Martyn Stewart
Sounds of Nature: An Introduction to Recording Wild Soundscapes led by Bernie Krause, Ph.D. and Martyn Stewart – June 20-23, 2011. In a rare, world-class opportunity, two of the best sound recordists in the world will team up to...
The fourth and final edition of the World Listening Project’s mini-series for Framework Radio will broadcast on Sunday, April 24. “#326 Worlds Unheard” was produced by Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology (MSAE) member Gregory O’Drobinak who assembled a fascinating...
framework – phonography / field recording; contextual and decontextualized sound activity presented by patrick mcginley
playlist #298: 2010.09.26
this edition of framework:afield, entitled collected ear is the third of four editions produced by members of the world listening project, this one in the u.s. (and not in the uk, as i mistakenly said during the show – sorry andy!) by andy armstrong.
andy says: I tried to focus the show on a somewhat diverse array of raw, relatively unprocessed recordings, calling to attention more personal/unique interpretations of field recording, regardless of fidelity. The idea was to provide you with a seamless conversation between people, objects, and places.
- Family Xmas Dinner – Eric Boivin
- 7 Markers Across a Hallway (excerpt) – Noé Cuéllar http://www.futurevessel.com/
- Paradise IV – Paul Connolly http://www.brightbluebeetle.com/
- Seagulls and Where They Live – Joe Stevens http://soundsofseaside.tumblr.co
- Bridge – Andy Armstrong http://m-t-map.tumblr.com
- Doing the Dishes – Björn Eriksson http://ruccas.org/wiki.pl/Miulew
- Megabus 7 Layer Drone – Royl Culbertson
- Waves on to a Sandy Beach – Joe Stevens
- Lizard – Miles Bowe http://milesoutinthefield.blogspot.com
- Drift Away, Laying on the Beach – Joe Stevens
- Washdrone – Royl Culbertson
- Old Dog/Spillway – Greaser http://fewchur.blogspot.com/