There are many ways that you might create a soundscape using found sounds or field recordings. Here are a few examples.
This hour, Radiolab goes to the front lines with men and women who are battling against time — or at least the common-sense view of time.
When you walk along the beautiful alster lake, you notice the unique skyline of the city of hamburg, reflected on the water.
This reflection gives shape to a soundwave….
A song of White wanderlust for Africa has become a literal monument to the staying power of Internet memes thanks to artist Max Siedentopf, who recently traveled deep into the Namib desert to erect “Toto Forever”
Time is a river which carries me along, but I am the river; it is a tiger that devours me, but I am the tiger; it is a fire that consumes me, but I am the fire.” And it’s still as close a definition as we have. This hour of Radiolab, we try our hand at unlocking the mysteries of time.
Deaf from birth, Kim turned to using sound as a medium during an artist residency in Berlin in 2008, and has since developed a practice of lo-fi experimentation that aims to re-appropriate sound by translating it into movement and vision. “It’s a lot more interesting to explore a medium that I don’t have direct access to and yet has the most direct connection to society at large,”