13/05/19 – 16/05/19 (Un)Heard – Teddy Hunter                                             Equipment List – UoG – 2019   AUDIO 16x Genelec speakers + 16x IEC power cables 12x Speaker stands GLM Box, incl. Volume controller, calibration microphone, mic stand & USB cable 2x iMacs (21” & 27”) incl. IEC power cables, mouse & keyboard 2x PreSonus […]

It has come to the point where (scarily) this will be the last setup/test day until the install of the installation. Rosey came with me the Cheltenham so that she can hear what it all sounds like then we have a week or so until we can properly refine and mix things at SHIFT.   […]

Spike Island is an arts space in Bristol. Is a creative space that hosts a number of artists in their artists studios and is built around a creative community centered programme of events such as open studios, workshops, talks, exhibitions and has a café. Past exhibitions that have been shown at Spike Island include: Maeve […]

After attending an Olafur Arnolds concert at St Davids Hall in March, I saw that he had made prints that were a visual accompaniment to the MIDI data he has been using for the Ghost Piano’s that he has designed. I felt that for my show, the installation needs something more to it that just […]

I needed to work on one world at a time so I decided to work on the one world I wasn’t comfortable/satisfied with at the moment. This was World 2 (or the Left world – coloured coded Orange).   First I needed to set up the speaker array. This was the first time I’d put […]

I have been doing some re-reading of past research I have done as well as new research for the essay that I am writing.  One of the pieces that I am writing about in essay is a piece by Mira Calix titled ‘Nothing Is Set I Stone’. Mira Calix is big influence on me and […]

The next bit of organisation was colour code everything so that it will be easy to assemble when I get to SHIFT. It is split into 3 colours – Yellow (right world), Orange (left world) and Green (central world). The back of each speaker is also assigned a number that correlates with it’s output on […]

  As mentioned in an earlier post, it has taken a long time figure out the name of the installation. I’ve gone with (Un)Heard. I’m pleased to finally have something down for it as it has been talks for ages with SHIFT but I hadn’t been able to give them anything to promote it.   […]

    I made some little speaker stands for the speakers on the floor to lean against. This is because I like the angle of the speakers on the floor when they lean against their truss’ but the truss itself doesn’t look very professional. I just put together some wood and cut out a hole […]

A Brief History Going back to ancient times we can see how spatialisation or sound has been used within the history of spatial and immersive sound. From caves to amphitheaters, the evolution of how we immerse ourselves in sound is still being explored. In the classical period, spatial effects might have been used by Mozart […]