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The fountain in Stapavik | HLJÓÐMYND - SOUNDIMAGE
"Just below Þrottárskriður landslide is Stapavík, a beautiful gravel beach with high rock in the middle, like a huge stoned giant or troll. Along the beach are low cliffs where fresh water seeps out between the geologic age and wets the rocks."
audio  Sound 
22 days ago by warrenellis
A 24-Hour Soundscape of Found Sounds
"foundsoundscape.com. It is a 24-hour streaming assemblage of field recordings. Those recordings were collected in 1,000 different places by 100 different artists. In turn, (Janek) Schaefer collated and layered the source audio, so at any point the service is playing three different feeds. Make that four feeds: in addition, there is a live mic in Schaefer’s own studio, and that gets added to the audio. The resulting stream is intended to complement your own place and time. It is less a listening experience than something to be filtered into daily life."
music  sound  audio  fieldrecording 
6 weeks ago by warrenellis
Chacking to hear some Cornish dialects? - Sound and vision blog
"This month we've uploaded linguistic descriptions of conversations about local speech in Warleggan, Penzance, Mawla, St Feock and Truro. Together they constitute the set of BBC Voices Recordings made by BBC Radio Cornwall. The descriptions list the participants' responses to a set of prompt words and, in the case of Mawla, St Feock and Truro, also include a detailed description of the phonology and grammar of the speakers. - See more at: http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/sound-and-vision/2015/03/chacking-to-hear-some-cornish-dialects.html#sthash.W1f1038r.7dsOBKUD.dpuf"
culture  language  voice  audio 
7 weeks ago by warrenellis
Special 1: The Origin of John Roderick
"In July 2014, Brett interviewed John Roderick about how he became a professional musician. The conversation evolved into a compelling, serialized narrative that couldn't be contained in not just one, nor two, nor even three episodes."
podcast  audio 
january 2015 by warrenellis
Episode 32: Stella — The Organist — KCRW
A mindbending new radio drama, written by the bestselling novelist and playwright Gordon Dahlquist, finds the connection between artificial intelligence and method acting. Starring Jared Harris (Mad Men), Leo Marks (co-founder, the Elevator Repair Service), and Laura Flanagan (numerous Off-Broadway productions).
audio 
october 2014 by warrenellis
K. Eric Drexler on the future of nanotechnology
"K. Eric Drexler of Oxford University discusses his latest book Radical Abundance: How a Revolution in Nanotechnology Will Change Civilization. Drexler, who has been referred to as “the founding father of nanotechnology” covers how society can conserve resources and make more efficient products through nanotechnology; how nanotechnology can solve some of the world’s most pressing problems; how this varies from what you’ve seen in science fiction; and, how we can improve manufacturing at the molecular level."
podcast  audio  nano  sci 
october 2014 by warrenellis
Mixlr is a simple way to share live audio online. Broadcast using ...
This could be kind of interesting. I've seen this attempted once or twice in the past.
radio  audio  streaming  net 
march 2014 by warrenellis
Disquiet » Radio Glitch (MP3)
In Jeff Gburek's work "Radio Wide World," we hear the world serving as a resource for glitch-like audio effects processing. Over the course of two hours, sounds from broadcasts disintegrate, overlap, and otherwise are heard in a manner other than that which their broadcasters had planned or, for that matter, even anticipated.
audio 
august 2011 by warrenellis
Listen Closely: Broadcastr Brings You An Audio Guide To The Whole Wide World
"a new platform that allows anyone to record or upload audio, and then “pin” it to physical locations. Broadcastr then indexes and curates that audio for playback via Web or smartphone, where it can be filtered and shared in the usual ways."
cities  net  audio 
march 2011 by warrenellis
Myousic: an HTML5-powered jukebox in your browser
"Built to take advantage of HTML5′s <audio> tag and local storage capabilities, Myousic.me allows you to search for streamable music from across the web and save tracks that you like to a playlist that’s saved for future use whenever you come back to the app."
web  audio 
january 2011 by warrenellis

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