Jan Henrik Hansen, architect and musician, has devised an amazing method at capturing audio (anything from a single sound right up to a full orchestral score) into shape and space with these wonderful sculptures.
The James Koetting Ghana Field Recordings collection presents a vibrant mix of traditional and popular music recorded at a broad range of locations and events in Ghana during the 1970s by ethnomusicologist James Koetting. Students and researchers can hear online the complete archive of Koetting's field tapes — 142 audio reel tapes — of musical performances from arts festivals, traditional ceremonies and events, stage concerts, church services, and less formal gatherings and sessions throughout Ghana.
Jem Finer discusses the genesis of Longplayer, premiere of Shortplayer at Pittsburgh's Wood St. Galleries, and the connections between what he does with his process music and what he does with The Pogues.
Experience the pure sounds of the sea with this selection of field recordings from the British Library. From the gentle lapping of water on a Cornish beach to the powerful crashing of waves on a rocky shore, this collection of recordings explores the idea that each beach has its own signature sound and demonstrates the contrasting nature of Britain's shoreline.
The Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture located in Pennine mountain range overlooking Burnley, in Lancashire.
Designed by architects Mike Tonkin and Anna Liu of Tonkin Liu, the Singing Ringing Tree is a 3 metre tall construction comprising pipes of galvanised steel which harness the energy of the wind to produce a slightly discordant and penetrating choral sound covering a range of several octaves.
Score for a hole in the Ground is another fascinating project from Jem Finer. A hole, a pond and a horn were created for this permanent installation that is directly influenced by environmental factors such as rain.
The New York label XI Records has compiled TOOT! (XI 135) a three CD set of the music and sound art of Charlie Morrow, an American sound artist and composer who has been creating works for half a century. Really intrigued by this eclectic collection which covers a range of audio genres that together reflect Morrow's fascination with sound.
Nature Book Reader is a growing online archive where contributors get to share their passion for nature writing. From 'Ring of Bright Water' to 'The Call of the Wild', this collection of book reviews is perfect for dipping into every now and then.
A project from multimedia artist Jamie Allen that invites you to submit descriptions of the sound art you wish you could create. The end result will be an exhibition at the Klangmanifeste Sound Festival in Vienna at the end of the year.
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