Posts Tagged: Galaverna

Philip Samartzis & Daniela d’Arielli ~ A Futurist’s Cookbook

Noodles, noodles, such wonderful noodles!  I am getting hungry just looking at Daniela d’Arielli‘s photos, which cover the adventure from field to factory.  And these noodles are not even cooked yet!  There’s a purity in the process when seen from the

Philip Samartzis & Daniela d’Arielli ~ A Futurist’s Cookbook

Noodles, noodles, such wonderful noodles!  I am getting hungry just looking at Daniela d’Arielli‘s photos, which cover the adventure from field to factory.  And these noodles are not even cooked yet!  There’s a purity in the process when seen from the

Kate Carr ~ endings

Kate Carr is a global sound student.  Her journeys, both physical and metaphorical, have opened her ears to the possibilities inherent in space-based sound: the ability to pinpoint a sound to a specific location, as well as the threads that

Kate Carr ~ endings

Kate Carr is a global sound student.  Her journeys, both physical and metaphorical, have opened her ears to the possibilities inherent in space-based sound: the ability to pinpoint a sound to a specific location, as well as the threads that

ACL 2016: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Few people would guess that the Field Recording and Soundscape section of our site would also be its most timely and political.  And yet, as this year’s selections indicate, the genre is far more than nature recordings. While these continue

ACL 2016: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Few people would guess that the Field Recording and Soundscape section of our site would also be its most timely and political.  And yet, as this year’s selections indicate, the genre is far more than nature recordings. While these continue

Raffaele Mariconte ~ So(E)nology / Alan Courtis & Cyrus Pireh ~ Coils on Malbec

Oenophiles love the sounds of wine: the corkscrew, the pop, the pour, the clink.  Many musical works have been produced using these sounds.  But travel deeper, and one will find other sounds associated with the product and the process.  In

Raffaele Mariconte ~ So(E)nology / Alan Courtis & Cyrus Pireh ~ Coils on Malbec

Oenophiles love the sounds of wine: the corkscrew, the pop, the pour, the clink.  Many musical works have been produced using these sounds.  But travel deeper, and one will find other sounds associated with the product and the process.  In

Joseph Sannicandro ~ a sea without a port

Mexico City always comes up in talks about the largest human populations in the world, and it’s no wonder why – something like 22 million people sharing a common space does already sound like an outlandish 1950’s sci-fi projection of

Joseph Sannicandro ~ a sea without a port

Mexico City always comes up in talks about the largest human populations in the world, and it’s no wonder why – something like 22 million people sharing a common space does already sound like an outlandish 1950’s sci-fi projection of

Best New Videos: Wood, Book, Coffee

From tilt shift lensing to maple wood etching, the latest installment of Best New Videos showcases a variety of techniques.  There’s something for every taste in this cavalcade of sight and sound.  Dim the lights and prepare to be amazed!

Best New Videos: Wood, Book, Coffee

From tilt shift lensing to maple wood etching, the latest installment of Best New Videos showcases a variety of techniques.  There’s something for every taste in this cavalcade of sight and sound.  Dim the lights and prepare to be amazed!

ACL 2012: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

An expert field recording requires more than just a good weather-resistant microphone.  One needs a feel for one’s subject matter, a discriminating ear, and the ability to make sound so powerful that it makes up for the lack of sight.

ACL 2012: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

An expert field recording requires more than just a good weather-resistant microphone.  One needs a feel for one’s subject matter, a discriminating ear, and the ability to make sound so powerful that it makes up for the lack of sight.