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Learn about the peculiarities of releasing music on vinyl.BONUS MATERIAL Web Clips: Click for audio clips and videos that accompany the March 2008 issue of EM.
http://vimeo.com/39368396 Gijs Gieskes wrote in to share a cool project he completed: a synthesizer made from a hard disk.
The UK's North Sea coast will echo to hoots, toots and oompah-pah as Souter lighthouse foghorn thunders out its 120 to mark the phasing-out of such fine but ancient devices.
Har$ _ sound, art, music _ ir//regular reflections
So much of what enters the popular lexicon depends upon small happy accidents: chance encounters, misreadings, gaffes, extemporaneous bursts of inspiration.
Are iPods changing our perception of music? Are the sounds of MP3s the music we like to hear most?
It’s a wonderful time to be experimenting with technology and music. You can create something that looks like the stuff most people imagine as “the future” – elaborate dance...
Viewers of a newly restored silent film showing London in the 1920s are to be given the opportunity to create their own bespoke soundtrack.
The British Library releases the first-ever audio guide to how Shakespeare should really sound. Sampled here, Romeo & Juliet.
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A human history on BBC Radio 4
Preserved in stone, a set of ancient insect wings are “chirping” once again thanks to the work of entomologists
Master degree project at the Norwegian academy of music
Avisoft Bioacoustics tutorial
The concept 'public space' has always annoyed me when it was used in combination with "sounds in" or "art in." Main reason for this is the existence of the "public sector." The public space is bure...
"This set contains 19 sounds, total time: 13.15"
Composer Joe Acheson details what was involved in creating the signature tune for the Radio 4 series Noise:A Human History.
Since 1950, Bob Paquette Sr. has been amassing a private collection of more than 1,000 vintage microphones, most of which date from before the year 1950. The collection can be viewed at Bob Paquett...
Guy Garvey on the challenge of turning a collection of songs into a single piece of art.
Watch excerpts from Sound Aspects Of Material Elements and Mimema by the sound artist and composer John Grzinich. Two Films is out on the and/OAR label. http://and-oar.org http://maaheli.ee