Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Tree voice program

Working on a project inspired by Thomas Hardy's description of the night sounds of Egdon Heath - natives of the heath could tell what plant or dried grass the wind is blowing through - it involves miking up trees and making recordings of their voices in various woods in the Scottish Borders, Wooplaw and down by Kelso way and all. And then playing around with the results digitally.

It's fun when you end up with a fox, badger or owl or something in the background too.

Giving trees a voice sounds like poetry to me...

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