Hi there! I wrote a new article about field recording practice that is based on my experience and practices I have been shaping. It’s interesting to look back at my first projects and understand how much my listening and methods have evolved. As I have started to read and study about ethnography and “listening slower” […]
Hi! This is a quick note to let you know about this interview conducted by Brian, for his excellent blog Stationary Travels. I have following his selections and reviews for a long while and I found out beautiful and diverse music and field recording artists through Brian’s website and so it was a pleasure to […]
If you have been reading this blog for a while, you might know that last month I spend 12 days at a Wolf Center recording over a dozen of wolves and their mysterious forests. This was a very challenging field recording trip, from coordinating recording times with daily volunteering tasks to listening, cataloguing and editing […]
Hi! I started to write this post shortly after I launched a small funding campaign on Ko-Fi that would be able to cover the expenses of spending 12 days at Grupo Lobo. However, in very short time, mostly due to the amazing sound community on Twitter, the total amount was covered. You can find al […]
Welcome to your sensory revolution, thanks to the pandemic I found this article to be a great start! The main stand point is that of the sensory world and how the shift we have assisted since the lockdown has no known precedents. Coronavirus: Birdsong seems louder and the ravens are more relaxed Besides the extreme […]
A very nice article by Harley Brown talking about environmentalism, ecology, the pandemic and the healing factors of nature sounds. It was lovely to talk to Harley and I’m happy beyond words to have been featured! Featuring also: Lucrecia Dalt, Aaron Dilloway, Carina Pesch, Bernie Krause and Gordon Hempton. Read the article here.
Thank you everyone who has read and commented on part 1 and welcome to the second part of this article in which I describe my workflow after I listened through everything, placed markers and regions for specific information and taken notes aside. The main reason why listening through, cleaning and marking before displaying the clips […]
This is an article I have been wanting to write for a long time and it was recently that I felt very secure about this method. To my own workflow and needs it seems nearly perfect. However, before we get to how I do this, I want to make clear there has been many trials […]
Today I am very happy to share with everyone some beautiful soundscapes from the Swedish Forest. These recordings were originally done in April of 2018 for the film Ghabe which, along with months of dedication to the sound design, ended up awarding us with the European Cinematography Awards of Best Sound. The album is available […]
Being a natural environment enthusiast, a field recordist and a sound designer it has been great to research for this article. There I mention Chris Watson approach to build a soundscape and talk a little about subjective experiences. Check it out here.