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The World Listening Project is seeking submissions for a mini-series of radio programs for framework:afield. Hosted by Patrick Mcginley, framework is a show consecrated to field recording, and its use in composition. Framework:afield is curated and produced by guest artists from around the world. Field recording, phonography, the art of sound hunting; open your ears and listen.

Framework: http://www.frameworkradio.net

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..framework broadcasts:

– sunday, 10pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm

– tuesday, 2pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm

– wednesday, 12am, thessaloniki, gr on cooradio

– wednesday, 3am, lisbon, pt on radio zero

– thursday, 7pm, lisbon, pt on radio zero

– friday, 1am, brussels, be on radio campus 92.1fm

– saturday, 5pm, south devon, uk on soundartradio 102.5fm

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Episode 1: Sounds You Might Have Heard


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This first edition of the WLP/Framework:afield series was produced by Dave Armstrong/DaveX of the World Listening Project using the submissions of it’s members whose mission was to procure field recordings and field recording-based sound and music compositions exploring the chosen theme sounds you may have heard in all its forms.

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Dave Armstrong/DaveX: cart3@mchsi.com

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“Framework:afield #285 | WLP | Sounds You Might Have Heard”

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Episode 2: Urban Archeology


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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 edition of Framework was produced by John Kannenberg of the World Listening Project and Stasisfield.

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http://www.frameworkradio.net/2010/07/291-2010-07-04/.

Framework:afield #291 | WLP | Urban Archeology

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Episode 3: Collected Ear


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this edition of framework:afield has been produced in the u.s. by andy armstrong, as the 3rd of 4 editions produced by members of the world listening project.

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Framework:afield #298 | WLP | Collected Ear
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  • […] and an announcement:  the world listening project will be curating a 4-part series for framework:afield over the coming year, and they have now posted an open call for contributions.  each show is being looked after by a different member and will have a different theme, and the first two (produced by dave armstrong and john kannenberg, respectively) are in production now.  here is the call. […]

  • The first part doesn’t AIR on May 1st, that was simply my own production deadline. The first installment is now finished– please forward all further submissions to John Kannenberg or the producers of installments three and four.

  • SAIC Blogs » Urban Archeology – Open Call « Inside Sound

    […] next edition of the World Listening Project’s mini-series airs in July. You are invited to submit work to this program, Urban Archelogy produced by John […]

  • Episode 3 deadline extended to Sept. 10.

  • […] and an announcement:  the world listening project will be curating a 4-part series for framework:afield over the coming year, and they have now posted an open call for contributions.  each show is being looked after by a different member and will have a different theme, and the first two (produced by dave armstrong and john kannenberg, respectively) are in production now.  here is the call. […]

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