Tag: soundscape

a natural or man made audible environment similar to a landscape

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    (~) Tilde (´) Tilde

    Learn about the pieces I created during my 10-month-long residency at the Koubek Center in Little Havana as part of En Residencia under the title, (~) Tilde ( ‘ ) Tilde

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    Everglades: Applied Universal Force

    part two of Four Audible Experiences of Movement of Sound in Space
    this is a 5:37 excerpt of the binaural documentation of this orchestration for 30-channels created as one of four short installations in the Audiotheque 2.0 opening sound art exhibition project on display from September 13-December 15, 2018 at Audiotheque

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    Bow Hard at the Frog |
    Corbett vs Dempster

    Information about this album by Fred Lonberg-Holm and Gustavo Matamoros released on the Corbett vs. Dempster label as well as reviews and information about its first live performance as part of the Deep Listening Festival at LAXART in West Hollywood, CA

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    Bats and Insects

    A 180ft-long 16-point source sound installation using custom-built exciter-driven black tile speakers that hung from above suspended on aircraft cable. It operated 24-7, gently activating the entire length of the Performing Arts Building’s entrance hallway with the delicate sounds of insects flying away from bats, changing locations from one end to the other of the public access space, welcoming visitors into the building, guiding them to the gallery entrance and accompanying students transiting to their classrooms for the school year

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    Distant Bats

    This post is about the stereo version of the sound installation that was made available in CD format as a limited edition insert published in the 2013 winter issue of Irreversible Magazine. It informs about month-long my AIRIE residency at Everglades National Park in September of 2013, and lists selected exhibits and performances. The two-page spread in the magazine documents the AIRIE Residency program and includes an essay by David Dunn