Posts Tagged: Kaon

ACL 2014: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Field recordings and soundscapes do much more than reflect the sounds of nature.  They also delve into local culture and artificial sound environments; they serve as travelogues, historical statements, and calls to political action.  An environment once captured is never

ACL 2014: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Field recordings and soundscapes do much more than reflect the sounds of nature.  They also delve into local culture and artificial sound environments; they serve as travelogues, historical statements, and calls to political action.  An environment once captured is never

Thibault Jehanne ~ Eskifjörður

Thibault Jehanne‘s Eskifjörður (not to be confused with Eyjafjallajökull, so famously mispronounced by Ben Stiller in “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”) is a pristine Icelandic soundscape captured in the eastern fjords.  For those unfamiliar with Iceland, this is a relatively

Thibault Jehanne ~ Eskifjörður

Thibault Jehanne‘s Eskifjörður (not to be confused with Eyjafjallajökull, so famously mispronounced by Ben Stiller in “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”) is a pristine Icelandic soundscape captured in the eastern fjords.  For those unfamiliar with Iceland, this is a relatively

Ákos Garai ~ The Imagined River

With The Imagined River, we step once more into the River Taurion ~ the same river, a different river, a real river, an imagined river.  At this point in the ongoing La Rivière series, Cédric Peyronnet’s original recordings have become secondary to the impressions

Ákos Garai ~ The Imagined River

With The Imagined River, we step once more into the River Taurion ~ the same river, a different river, a real river, an imagined river.  At this point in the ongoing La Rivière series, Cédric Peyronnet’s original recordings have become secondary to the impressions

Frédéric Nogray ~ Vaccabons Et Malfactours

Frédéric Nogray‘s Vaccabons Et Malfactours concludes the third season of the La Rivière project, based on Cédric Peyronnet’s recordings of the Taurion River.  Peyronnet’s sound mapping took three years to complete, and was first presented on kdi dctb 146 [e] (Gruenrekorder, 2010).  In the ensuing

Frédéric Nogray ~ Vaccabons Et Malfactours

Frédéric Nogray‘s Vaccabons Et Malfactours concludes the third season of the La Rivière project, based on Cédric Peyronnet’s recordings of the Taurion River.  Peyronnet’s sound mapping took three years to complete, and was first presented on kdi dctb 146 [e] (Gruenrekorder, 2010).  In the ensuing