Posts Tagged ‘Sound-recording’

Here’s what’s on my FUNLIST this week; a mostly-ticked off list, which is full of the sounds I need to record whilst here in Wales, staying with Brenda and Tonia and their adorable animals. The sounds relate to the project Brenda talked about in her last podcast; Jasper in Brenda’s knitting basket; keeping busy and […]

Roadworks outside

high-pitched trilling mechanism panning machinery moving L to R white noise; the blocky sound of a generator or large engine rumble of breaking tarmac

Mark Vernon & Pause Buttons

As I mentioned before, I visited with Mark Vernon the weekend before last and we talked at length about his amazing collection of amateur tape recordings, approaches to composing and the whole relationship to sound that develops when you get seriously interested in recording it. I really value the opportunity to talk to other artists […]

The beginning of a project.

I have started my first project in relation to The Domestic Soundscape. The project is called Washing-Up and begins with a meal and a washing-up exchange that took place last week. The format for making recordings goes like this: Arrange time and date for washing-up and meal exchange to take place* Buy ingredients and visit […]

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