A podcast where audio-makers stand silently in fields (or things that could be broadly interpreted as fields).
stopGOstop, explores the idea that sound recordings can act as sediment– as an accumulation of recorded cultural material– distributed via rss feed, and listened to on headphones. Each episode is a new sonic layer, field recordings, plunderphonics, electroacoustic, all composed together in one episode, or presented individually as striations. Produced by John Wanzel
I've been taking field recordings for years, and decided that I want to make them available to anyone who was interested in listening. For the most part this podcast will be made up of recordings I've made that I've enjoyed of found interesting. Occasionally there will be a some music too. I hope you enjoy it.
An interesting podcast. Conversations with some of the people who make Buffalo better but don't necessarily show up on the morning news. Focus on musicians, entrepreneurs, sports and other stuff that we like. Ben Kirst: @bk77 Frank Conjerti: @fdc245
field recordings from the asia-pacific region. a long-term on-line project for the documentation of urban, rural, & natural environments. tracing change, subtle & dramatic. presenting soundscape podcasts, short films, image galleries & essays for encountered sounds, cultures, people, places & moments. an evolving network of creative exchange, regularly updated for public viewing. facilitated by sean art o’brien. inviting contributions.
FR NYC is working to archive the many sounds of New York City, large and small. It is far too easy to be caught up by the speed of New York and forget about all there is to appreciate surrounding us at any given moment. This project's goal is to remind us to step aside on occasion and center ourselves. Even the busiest of cities can seem incredibly calm from a distance. Contact: email@example.com
Field recordings by Thijs Geritz, a Dutch illustrator, animator and an avid field recordist.
Nature Notes explores the natural world of the Llano Estacado and the Chihuahuan Desert. We look at the plants, animals, and ecology of this unique region, as well as places to experience it and people working to conserve it. This free 4 1/2-minute weekly environmental feature is produced by Marfa Public Radio in Marfa, Texas, in conjunction with the Sibley Nature Center in Midland, Texas. Through interviews with scientists and field recordings, Nature Notes reveals the secrets of desert lif ...
http://binauraldiaries.co.uk The Binaural Diaries is my collection of field recordings, or ‘sound photographs’. Much of this work is created using a technique called 'binaural recording'. This is a method of recording sound that uses two microphones, arranged with the intent to create a 3-D stereo sound sensation for the listener of actually being in the environment that was captured. Listen using headphones to enjoy this effect. My current field recording setup comprises of a pair of Sound ...
Having the highest regard for the mandate placed before them to restructure the cultural landscape, The Demagogues of The Cargo Culte break bread with the deepest thinkers, hardest hitting critics and simply the most bad ass players of our times and ask them to provide the soundtrack to your lives. Punk,Hardcore,Hard Psych,Space Rock,Krautrock and Outsider recordings, all is laid on the table for the consumption of you our gentle patrons. "Nothing is true, everything is permitted."
“During a G8 meeting in July 2001, outside the golden cage of the city center where the most powerful men in the world gathered to decide the future of the planet, Genova became the scene of a brutal repression of the police against 300,000 protesters. An attack that was aimed to shut down the ‘Seattle Movement’, which was born 2 years before, for …
They can live for 400 years, their spiny, twisting stems stretching 20 feet into the sky. Their red flowers bring luscious color to the desert, in even the driest of springs. Ocotillos are found from West Texas to California and … Continue reading → Hosted by for KRTS
“An uphill walk on a rocky gravel path on the Eastern Alps usually results in one step ahead and two steps back. The rocks are sometimes the size of a foot, edgy and not yet smoothened by their long journey to the sea. They keep rolling below the shoe as if they were water – or glass, judging from their sound – making it hard to proceed. These rock…
“A few weeks ago, my five-year-old daughter spotted two pieces of straw poking through an air vent in our bathroom. She didn’t think much of it until we heard the first chirping. Unable to believe our luck, we tiptoed around the invisible nest like besotted parents, never daring to switch on the light. We spoke only in whispers and exaggerated mime…
“I wanted to share with you a recent recording I captured whilst on location searching for interesting Ocean Cave and Rock Pool sounds in Wales. I thought this recording in particular was quite unique as to me it sounds like being in a giant washing machine!” www.tedwhitemusic.comField Recordings による
“This was recorded New Year’s eve of 2013, in the outskirts of Death Valley, near a town called Tecopa. I have never met with such loneliness on terra firma.” www.theworldaccordingtosound.orgField Recordings による
A binaural recording of a walk from the San Diego County Admin Building to my apartment in Golden Hill. The recording is about an hour.john wanzel による
“This field is where I spent P.E lessons and sports days as a child, it belongs to Harborne Cricket Club. To my shame, I don’t know anything about cricket. I just like the sound the bat hitting the ball makes so I tried to capture it to share with you.”Field Recordings による
What archeology tells us about the past is often partial, tentative, generating as many questions as answers. Yet in some cases, archeology can reveal the past in stunning detail. Fought on the Llano Estacado and its caprock canyons in 1874, … Continue reading → Hosted by for KRTS
After too many days of baking hot weather we got some rain, and it made a nice sound too. So I set my recorder to capture it for a while. I hope you enjoy it.
“This transit began on Monday, May 24, when the recorder, a Tascam DR-07x, was put in the mail from Bloomington, Indiana, to Beverly Shores, Indiana. The recorder was apparently accidentally turned on, and the record button pressed, through a padded envelope and a layer of bubble wrap, at some point in the transit. It recorded for over twelve hours…
Recorded in the woodlands at the edge of the marshes as the dawn breaks.Field Recordings による
“An unexpected spring afternoon thunderstorm heading towards the Chilterns, recorded from a first floor window of our house. All the usual features are here: the steady rumble of a passing storm, the dripping of rain off the plants in the garden and off the thatched roof and the growing boldness of the birdsong as the storm recedes.” www.cuddington…
Can we revisit our past and change it? Jerome wakes up in Omaha, thinking about Jaws, and the summer of 2003. Then, a reporter recounts her experience at an anti-war protest, followed by Jerome talking a bit about the Utah Jazz, Lebron James, and how to make a proper scrambled egg. Summertime features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, …
“In the Congo basin rainforest, you can feel a thunderstorm long before it makes contact. Thunder booms in the distance and the insect chorus sounds a bit more tense as the air pressure drops. Most birds and mammals stop calling and you can almost feel the electricity in the air. The jungle is hot, humid and oppressive until the storm unleashes. As…
“This was recorded on some farm and conservation land in Cambridgeshire. I have been recording and writing poems outside by this tree and in a nearby rookery through four seasons, […]Field Recordings による
A walk in the park, slow notes on a pipe organ, an occasional drumroll, and a plane overhead. Episode 155 is a respite between ISW episodes 5 and 6. Tune in next week for the final episode of the Idaho Street Workshop, Summertime.john wanzel による
“A drop in temperature causes a frozen lake to sing through the winter night. The piece starts underneath the ice, recording laser-like sounds with a hydrophone. At 2:15 it transitions […]Field Recordings による
“I recorded this early morning soundtrack during my short holiday in Kopalino – a small village by the Baltic Sea. The birds in the lakeside forest sang along to my […]Field Recordings による
“I’m sending a recording that I took on 21st March after a day shift. I’m standing outside Lewisham hospital near the medical oxygen canisters. I work as a midwife on […]Field Recordings による
“Praia Fluvial do Taboão is an idyllic setting for a walk by the river and one of the most beautiful landscapes of Northern Portugal. In the summer it holds one of […]Field Recordings による
I made this recording yesterday whilst spending a few brief moments on Winchelsea beach. It was beautiful and very peaceful. Just before the heavens opened.
“It’s autumn in the Blue Mountains in Australia. For many, this is the time to pick mushrooms in the planted pine forests. I was walking through a pine forest in […]Field Recordings による
Where do history and memory intersect? Episode five features long sections of fan-fiction involving Ann Rutledge and Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln, as well as more information about the end of the relationship between Jerome and Regina.. Honest features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and John Wanzel. The program is written, composed…
“I recorded this a couple weeks ago on a beautiful Sunday morning while sitting on our patio. Finches, a wren and coffee.” www.capturedsound.comField Recordings による
“A dawn raid in Glasgow’s Southside led to a day-long stand-off between immigration officials, police and local residents. Throughout the day chants of ‘refugees are welcome here’, ‘the Home Office […]Field Recordings による
“The microphone and I stood in a small field near the geographical centre of the city as a rainstorm abates.”Field Recordings による
Recorded during my lockdown morning walk on May 12th 2021. While recording this Nightingale I was passed by by people walking, running talking and cycling.Aporee: https://aporee.org/maps/work/?loc=53294Thijs Geritz による
The story was repeated dozens of times in the 19th century, from the Carolinas to California: lands and resources promised to Native Americans in treaties were seized or plundered, when the nation’s surging white population found those treaties inconvenient. Tribes … Continue reading → Hosted by for KRTS…
“It was Sunday afternoon, I had to be out to gather some foley for a project, it was wet and miserable, but while I was out I ended up with […]Field Recordings による
A walk on the beach, a slow evolving melody, and computer-generated instruments. Episode 154 is an interlude between ISW episodes 4 and 5. As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the stopGOstop podcast is releasing parallel projects for each episode.john wanzel による
“The ice layer thickened up in some parts of the fjord and as the ship’s bow ploughed through it, the clamour of ice against steel grew louder. Fragments were propelled […]Field Recordings による
“In a sleepy village in rural Suffolk, UK, the church bell rings at dusk to mark the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh earlier in the day. It’s answered […]Field Recordings による
“Oh, how I wish I had the power to describe the wonderful country as I saw it then.” James B. Gillett entered West Texas in the 1870s, as a Texas Ranger. The “wonderful country” he saw was no virgin land, … Continue reading → Hosted by for KRTS
How do past, present, and future change when a loved one dies? Episode four is the story of Remy. It takes place in the forest, and involves the CIA, stress positions, Labor Day, the highway, and an undiscovered country.. The Story of Remy features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and John Wanzel. The program is written, composed, and…
“On the edge of the green campus of the University of East Anglia, the Sainsbury Centre is made up of an engineered steel space frame, clad in brilliant white panels […]Field Recordings による
As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the stopGOstop podcast is releasing parallel projects for each episode. Episode 153 is a character study of Jerome, who is the lens that most of the story is told through. It features the sounds of traffic, riding public transportation, crickets, as well as computer-based guitars, synthe…
As a return to air travel accelerates, some remember its conveniences, others its hassles. There are also surprising moments of beauty from the air. A window seat on a flight from Midland to Las Vegas presents a vision of the … Continue reading → Hosted by for KRTS
Have you ever thought about how your job has changed your sense of self? In this episode, Jerome recounts his first job, and how he got the nickname Rome.. SEX DRUGS ROCK THE DEVIL features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and John Wanzel. The program is written, composed, and produced by John Wanzel.…
“At 48 km2, the Lac du Der is the largest artificial lake in Europe, built in 1974 to regulate the river Marne and help protect Paris from flooding. The lake […]Field Recordings による
A new sound collage featuring the beginnings of the Iraq war, existential-phenomenological foundations for a science of persons, with tuba, xylophone, clarinet, flute, pulsing feedback, and a field recording of the French countryside recorded in the summer of 2003. . As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the podcast will be …
“This park is a favorite of mine, but I’m often there around midday when the animal life is pretty mellow. I got a tip from a friend that the spring […]Field Recordings による
What fills in the voids of memory? In episode 2, Jerome interviews Regina about Nick’s death. A discussion about movies and secrets is interspersed with stage directions and the WHO’s report on the global burden of disease. The program concludes with an interview with Tamara. Night Moves features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and J…
On the prairies and deserts, in the cities and towns, sweet bursts of melody are announcing spring’s arrival in West Texas. As the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins put it, a single bird song, and “the whole landscape flushes on a … Continue reading → Hosted by for KRTS
A sound collage featuring: advanced microphone techniques, more about atomic clocks and culture jamming, Channing Philips, ALCO, Carl Jung, and much more. As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the podcast will be releasing parallel projects for each episode.john wanzel による
“This was taken on our early morning dog walk, usually its difficult to get a decent recording as our Shar Pei Juno starts whimpering and grumbling as soon as you […]Field Recordings による
“I am vulnerable and have been shielding, so I got a text from the government telling me I could open my windows but not put out my bins. After two […]Field Recordings による
“This recording is from my local skate park where my soon-to-be 12 year old son likes to go. During the lockdown we had here, he’d take himself down there most […]Field Recordings による
“It’s early morning at a dry riverbed in the Borneo rainforest. The soundscape is thick and piercing but not too busy. Gentle fog drip creates a subtle drawn-out rhythm while […]Field Recordings による
What do you remember more, the death of a friend or the death of thousands? The series begins with an interview recounting the summer of 2003 and the death of Nick. The episode then traces Jerome’s family history in the armed forces, the start of the Iraq war, the beginning of Covid-19, and gun violence in Chicago. As part of the first season of th…