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Soundscapes & Sound Identities

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Published on: 19 May 2015

Inizierà venerdì 22 al Castello di Beseno (Rovereto) il VII Simposio Internazionale FKL sul Paesaggio Sonoro. Programma dettagliato qui. Potrebbero interessarti anche: Sounday Times

Petite symphonie intuitive pour une paysage de printemps

Categories: Elettroacustica
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Published on: 16 April 2015

Luc Ferrari – Petite symphonie intuitive pour une paysage de printemps (1973-74) A review by Blue Gene Tyranny A lovely work of electro-acoustic music by one of the French pioneers of musique concrète, “Petite Symphonie Intuitive Pour un Paysage de Printemps” (“Little Intuitive Symphony for a Spring Landscape”) recreates the [...]

(((.foundsoundscape.)))

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Published on: 12 April 2015

(((.foundsoundscape.))) is “a live radio collage of foundsound places to underscore your personal spaces”. It’s curated by Janek Schaefer and features 1000 different locations, by 100 different artists. Foundsoundscape was inspired by the very first Digital Radio station in the UK, that simply played a recording of a rural location. Radio [...]

Cities & Memory

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Published on: 23 December 2014

Cities & Memory è l’ennesima mappa sonora dell’orbe terracqueo, ma è anche una delle più curate perché ha varie sezioni, ordinamenti e collezioni. Cities and Memory is a global field recording & sound art work that presents both the present reality of a place, but also its imagined, alternative counterpart [...]

Radio Aporee

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Published on: 29 November 2014

Il progetto Radio Aporee ::: Mappe Sonore Collettive nasce nel 2006 con l’intento di sviluppare una cartografia sonora con geolocazione di suoni provenienti da vari ambienti, da quelli più o meno urbanizzati fino alla natura. La mappa è qui. All’inizio si apre su un suono (cerchio rosso). Zoomate all’indietro fino [...]

World Sound Mix

Categories: Audio, Net Art, Web
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Published on: 22 November 2014

Il World Sound Mix mixa senza sosta suoni da tutto il mondo. I suoni provengono dall’archivio del FreeSound Project. Potrebbero interessarti anche: Cities & Memory Suoni della natura su You Tube Ocean & Cricket Music Sounds of Everglades Tropical Rain Forest

Organ of qwerty

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Published on: 21 March 2014

Treasury of curiosities’ is a dream-state wandering through a sonic wunderkammer, a collection of curios, oddities, freaks, gems, and objects of wonder and beauty, a display intended to provide access to non-familiar listening experiences. Although divided into separate tracks, it is meant to be listened to as one continuous piece. [...]

Suoni della natura su You Tube

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Published on: 15 October 2012

You Tube si rivela  ogni giorno più impressionante. C’è gente che carica ore e ore di field recording (che non pone nemmeno problemi di copyright). Cercando “sounds of nature” (senza virgolette) questi video saltano fuori e se si mette anche la chiave -music (con il meno davanti), si eliminano tutte [...]

Denoising Field Recordings

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Published on: 17 July 2010

Interesting idea by Richard Reigner Denoising Field Recordings documents an early attempt at using denoising-techniques in a creative and compositional manner. Instead of utilising noise-reduction-algorithms for their intended purpose (the restoration of damaged audio signals), these processes are applied to various field recordings of trains, streets, swimminghalls and public transport. [...]

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