Posts Tagged ‘memory’
The demise of the Pentax Optio
The demise of the Pentax Optio

Readers of this blog will know how much I depend on and love my technology. The Edirol R09 which has been the foundation of my sound-recording practice for 4 years or so now is worn on all the edges; the buttons are smooth; and the complex battery/SD card mechanism at its base has lost some […]

The London Sound Survey

I first discovered The London Sound Survey when Ian Rawes – the site’s inventor – mentioned a recording he had made in a carwash on the phonography group message board. ‘What a great sound to record’ I mused to myself and clicked through to hear it. I was astonished to find not only the car […]

Wind in the last oak leaves

A very small sound like a thin rattle at the edge of the wind… shk, shk, shk, shk…

Love Assignment #5: Build Memoryphones

On my radiator at the moment, 2 knitted headphone pouches are blocking in preparation for their assemblage as memoryphones. I would like to invite some opinion on the nature of the memoryphones. Knitted from the yarn that Rachael spun out of a much beloved cassette last year at Analogue Amnesty, the memoryphones were initially intended […]

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