Half day field recording workshop to explore sound in the architecture environment and nature landscape. Instructor will teach how you can capture very interesting and compelling recordings using any kind of technology. Student will learn the basic technique of field recording techniques and methods, and discuss the ways in which field recordings can be used in sound art and music practices.
We’ll meet at Art, Design, & Architecture (AD&A) Museum on campus, where we will visit the architecture & design collection. We will explore various locations at UCSB Lagoon based on their ecology, to listen and record using a variety of approaches. And finally we will walk to Music building courtyard where architecture meets the outdoor. Through the practice of “active listening”, student will understand the relationship between sound and space.
Students need to bring their own recording devices– whether it is a digital field recorder, cassette recorder, minidisc, iPhone, iPad, video camera, or other mobile recording device.
Upload your sound file to the Gauchospace.