Category soundscape

Field recording in the Forest of Dean

At the weekend I went to the Forest of Dean to do some ambisonic recordings of the forest. I left really early so that it wasn’t busy and to spend to whole day there. I have only been to the Forest of Dean once but have never really been there by myself or as a […]

BioSymphony Final Submission Pitch

Conceptual ideas and things that are important to me   Environmental issues need to be addressed Feel it should be in a subtle way My way of doing this is with the sonogram or by a visual output     How will it be subtle? The sonogram (or visual element) will overdub itself slowly and […]

Notes from Soundscape Music Paper

Notes from Soundscape: In The View of Music by Zhiyong Deng ‘To distinguish the soundscape composition from other compositions clearer, we try to come up with a definition of soundscape music. Soundscape music is a genre which full of musicality with the essential characters of time identifiablity or localization utilizing sound materials to express local […]

Listening to recordings in TC202

After going out and making several recordings in Roath Park Conservatory I took my recordings and imported them into Logic (at first) and then after a while of playing with the sounds in Logic, I then moved to Ableton Live. Although I don’t mind using Logic, I find Ableton a lot more visual so I […]

Recording in Roath Park Conservatory

  This is the first time I’ve used a Soundfield microphone so it was all a bit of a learning curve. I should have taken a picture of all the gear but the most basics of it are a an F4 Zoom multichannel recorder, some cables and a Soundfield microphone.   ‘The Soundfield microphone is […]