For anyone interested in sound and sound recordings
For details of CD release of Baul-Fakir field recordings (using ORTF mic positioning) from Bengal - Baul-Fakir Gostho Lila: Conversations Between Ma Joshoda & the Cowherds, including gallery photographs and four tracks via Sound Cloud, please visit:…Continue
A full audio record of 'Making Sound Objects', the British Forum for Ethnomusicology's 2012 Annual One Day Conference, is now available to listen to via SoundCloud. The conference, convened by Dr Noel Lobley and hosted at the Pitt Rivers Museum on November 24th 2012, attracted over 100 participants, with…Continue
'Reel to Real' is a project, funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund, designed to catalogue, digitise and make available online, in gallery spaces and beyond the Pitt Rivers Museum's unique archival field recordings. The project website has now been finalised and includes information about and playlists from all of the Museum's original ethnographic recordings, video and interview resources, ethnomusicology seminars, our SoundCloud account and much more. Please visit the Reel to Real…Continue
Recently I've been listening to and recording the sounds of Tower Bridge. I'm particularly grateful to the management of the bridge for letting me into places which are normally off-limits to the public.
It isn't always easy to get access to sites where there are the hazards of heavy machinery and confined spaces. Such cautious policies arise from legal and insurance issues, and perhaps also from unhappy encounters with media professionals who may not have paid attention to the advice…Continue