Town & Country soundmap: knitSONIK at MERL

On May 18th 2017 from 7-10pm, as part of the Digital Takeover late night event at The Museum of English Rural Life (The MERL), I’m sharing a soundmap of Reading, featuring sounds broadly themed around “Town & Country”. The map is being created using the superb aporee platform created by my friend Udo Noll, and […]

Listening in Japan 1: bells

Thank you all so much for your kind wishes and lovely comments on my last post! It was so nice reading them together and so nice to share that special day with you a little bit on here. I have been sorting through some of my sound files from the trip and thought you might […]

KNITSONIK 10 – EDDIE, my beloved digital sound recorder (Part 3)

Part 3 of the EDDIE epic is here! For context you might want to relisten to parts 1 and 2; in this final installment we are ALL ABOUT THE SOUNDS because we have a really special guest on the show – my long-term comrade in sound and fellow composer and soundartist, Patrick McGinley of framework […]

KNITSONIK 02 – Knitting with Bells on

This is the first in a series of experiments in adapting some of the KNITSONIK concepts and recordings to a rough and ready podcast format. I am sitting on a mountain of recorded sounds from Cumbria, Estonia, and Shetland, and my brain is overflowing with ideas connecting KNITTING with SOUNDS. I wanted to see if […]