Tim Prebble : The MUSIC of SOUND

Excerpts from Tim Prebble‘s Auckland Regional Parks Artists Residency based in Little Huia, New Zealand, November & December 2013.

NOTE: Please watch in HD & listen on decent speakers or headphones!




Musarc presents Field Studies 2014: Cours De Poetique


Field Studies is a four-day masterclass led by acclaimed international artists and composers, complemented by a programme of workshops, evening lectures, screenings and performances. First taught in 2010 and originally conceived as a field-recording course exploring sound in the context of architecture and the city, Field Studies attracts students from many different backgrounds due to the course’s eccentric curriculum and the people who teach it.

Field Studies is organised by Musarc, a research and teaching programme led by Joseph Kohlmaier at The Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University. Musarc explores performance and composition in relation to the creative process; investigates listening in the context of architecture and the city; and has at its heart one of London’s most progressive amateur choirs.

14-17 April 2014

Sam Auinger
Michael Klïen
Claudia Molitor
Akio Suzuki and Ak Onda
David Toop
Joseph Kohlmaier
Stefan Kraus
Melanie Pappenheim

An interview with Mark Roberts

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Mark Roberts has been a BBC natural history sound recordist for over 20 years. During that time he has explored some of the remotest parts of the planet. His career has taken him high into the Papua New Guinean rainforest canopy, deep underground inside Venezuelan mountains and even right into the heart of Indonesia’s volcanoes. He has been privileged to work with the world’s leading natural history film-makers and is the only member of the BBC’s team to have worked on every one of the nine Expeditions series, starting with Amazon Abyss in 2004. Read More




Diego Stocco : FFS02 // Convolution Processing

Diego Stocco has released the second instalment of his Feedforward Sounds video series, each focussing on different experimental sound design techniques. For FFS02 it is Convolution Processing.

Convolution Processing is a technique that allows the real-time creation of musically related ambiences, accents and transition elements from an instrumental or vocal part. In this video you’ll see/hear how this technique can enrich a simple percussive part and a synth part into a full sounding track.


Journalism Beyond Words: Dirty Wars

Monday, February 17, 2014

As the documentary format moves further into the 21st century, audio is playing an ever increasing role in helping directors communicate their thoughts and ideas to the viewer….

SFX Independence – Welcome to 2014

Thursday, February 6, 2014

The year is still fresh, but 2014′s already brought us a number of great new SFX libraries. Go back to analog times and the earliest days of digital…

Event: The Two Ways of Listening (Workshop)

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The Royal School of Arts in Gent, Belgium, is holding six full days of listening technique and research this February and March. Elias Vervecken (sound recordist and foley…


As Bobby Darin said, “If I Could Talk to the Animals…”

Monday, February 3, 2014

Might want to be careful if you’re going to try recording this critter! We use animal sounds all the time in sound design. Whether it be the twenty…