Franciso Lopez’s annual 2-week workshop in the Amazon offers field recordists an amazing opportunity to both explore the rainforest, and collaborate, learn, and create with a community of peers. In recent years, the economic stresses we all feel have made it more difficult for sound artists to raise the funds for this unique experience. This […]
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March 30th, 2011 · 1 Comment
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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] My sound partner Catherine Girardeau and I recently purchased a DSM microphone from Sonic Studios and have recorded quite a few soundscapes and effects. The Smithsonian institution’s National Museum of the American Indian hired us create a pair of soundwalks exploring the landscape and architecture of the Museum […]
October 19th, 2009 · 1 Comment
This past summer I had the pleasure of traveling to New Caledonia (an island nation northeast of Australia, between New Zealand and New Guinea), where I was part of a team that was developing a methodology and protocol for remote acoustic sensing to help monitor populations of the Kagu, a ground-nesting bird, and eventually other […]