I’m doing a lecture in Brooklyn this week! Hope to see you there:
Zach Poff: Hidden Sounds
Date: June 28th, 2018
In this talk, Zach will introduce recording techniques using D.I.Y transducers to reveal hidden sounds & sonify non-acoustic phenomena. Together, we will explore contact mics, hydrophones, synesthetic light-to-sound conversion, and electromagnetic pickups. We will listen to examples of sound art, music, and installations where these techniques stretch our ears toward new ways of considering our natural and built environments. These techniques are quite accessible for those with more curiosity than money. Zach will also share his resources to help you build transducers for your own work.
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