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Music in the Wind

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Pins about Music in the Wind hand-picked by Pinner SoulCraft & Whimsy | See more about wind chimes, bells and woodstock.
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cityofsound: The windy city

cityofsound: The windy city | DESARTSONNANTS - CRÉATION SONORE ET ENVIRONNEMENT - ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND ART - PAYSAGES ET ECOLOGIE SONORE | Scoop.it
Reading a recent Building Design article on the introduction of wind turbines on Elephant & Castle in London, I sense a tenuous link between that and last month's note on modeling the behaviour of sound in urban spaces, not just...
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Wind sound bicycle instrument

Wind sound bicycle instrument | DESARTSONNANTS - CRÉATION SONORE ET ENVIRONNEMENT - ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND ART - PAYSAGES ET ECOLOGIE SONORE | Scoop.it
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PVC Pipe Harp and Aeolian Gourd Harp

Hamden Connecticut native Stanley Hershonik with his PVC Pipe Harp and Aeolian Gourd Harp. Stan himself has created these instruments which sound from the wi...
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Wind and bamboos

Wind and bamboos | DESARTSONNANTS - CRÉATION SONORE ET ENVIRONNEMENT - ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND ART - PAYSAGES ET ECOLOGIE SONORE | Scoop.it
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Sounding Place: Windchimes in a storm

Sounding Place: Windchimes in a storm | DESARTSONNANTS - CRÉATION SONORE ET ENVIRONNEMENT - ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND ART - PAYSAGES ET ECOLOGIE SONORE | Scoop.it

made this set of windchimes from old railroad spikes I found along the tracks. It's the second such set I've made. The first ones I hung in a tree beside the tracks and I hear them when I walk past there sometime. I selected 8 spikes that were very close in pitch so that they would have more of a microtonal character than a melodic one. This recording was made at 3:30 am as a storm was blowing through. My neighbor's chimes create a nice duet with mine. I'm also happy with the wind sound on this recording. I recorded through the screen door to capture the sound of the wind without having it distorting the mics.

 

http://ricktarquinio.bandcamp.com/track/windchimes-in-a-storm

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Wind In Grass – 1’31″

Wind In Grass – 1’31″ | DESARTSONNANTS - CRÉATION SONORE ET ENVIRONNEMENT - ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND ART - PAYSAGES ET ECOLOGIE SONORE | Scoop.it
In R. Murray Schafer's "The Soundscape" wind is described as devious and equivocal. Without its tactile pressure on the face or body we cannot even tell from what direction it blows. The wind there...
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Phase space » environmental sound installation workshop, Kaunas

Phase space » environmental sound installation workshop, Kaunas | DESARTSONNANTS - CRÉATION SONORE ET ENVIRONNEMENT - ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND ART - PAYSAGES ET ECOLOGIE SONORE | Scoop.it

A workshop by John Grzinich for Centras 12 festival, Kaunas, April 12-15, 2012

This workshop involves the research, design and construction of “environmental sound installations” using primarily available materials, found objects and recycled materials. “Environmental sound installation” in this case means an installation that produces acoustic sound from the natural forces of wind or water. It does not use electricity or electronic devices. Wind and water provide a constant source of energy as forces of nature. These forces can therefore be used to move, shake, spin, or resonate objects which will then produce sound. This workshop continues my long term interest in the relationship between sound and our immediate environment, of how sounds inform us and shape our perception of the places and spaces we inhabit. Special thanks to Arma and Skrandis for their organizing efforts.

below is a short video showing a few of the installations that were produced over a short 2 day period.

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