Sonic Ecology & Environment

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The Misadventures of Charles Maynes

Remember yesterday's post? We have more cool accident stories today! Our friend Chuck Russom has invited Charles Maynes to write a post on his blog, where he ...
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Land Shark!

Michael Raphael has published a very cool post on his blog Field Sepulchra, taking about a little misadventure he had recently when he was recording amateur ro...

A Sound Trip Over Thailand

Andrew Spitz has published several recordings of a recent trip he made to Thailand. There are ten different sounds captured by him using a Zoom H4n. I just got...

Sound Maps of the World

Sound designer and recordist Tim Prebble has published a great list of sound maps available in the Internet. You can find lots of interesting webistes with dif...

Creative Challenge I: Getting Out There

Welcome to the first installment of "The Creative Challenge," a series I am writing on overcoming creative roadblocks. The Problem All creative minds run into "...

The Sun Interviews Gordon Hempton

World-reknowned field recordist Gordon Hempton, author of "One Square Inch of Silence" (a great read) and subject of the recent documentary "Soundtracker" (a g...
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Portage I: The Mil-Spec Way

"Portage" is Sonic Terrain editor Nathan Moody's occasional series about the trials and tribulations of carrying audio equipment into the field. Keep an eye ope...
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Welcome to Sonic Terrain

Welcome to Sonic Terrain, your source for sounds in the field! Today we are very glad to start with this adventure and we hope you like it as we do. There's no...