Listening to Digital Dust

Listening to Digital Dust

The practice of attempting to replicate historical analogue music equipment within the digital domain remains a popular and enduring trend. Some notable examples would include electric guitar tone studios, or digital amplifier simulators, virtual synthesisers and effects plugins for digital… read more

Listening to Digital Dust

Sonic Futures: Sound Postcard player and website

A collaborative project with sound artist Aleksander Kolkowski to create a website and web-based record player as a part of the Science and Media Museum’s Sonic Futures exhibition. Sound postcards were popular in the early 1900s and consisted of a… read more

Sonic Futures: Sound Postcard player and website

Horror-Fi Me: An audio augmented reality cinematic soundscape experience

Artist Janet Cardiff, who is perhaps best known for her soundwalks, along with sound studies theorist Michael Bull, both demonstrate how cinematic experiences can be realised through the augmenting of everyday life with mobile audio content delivery technologies [3, 4,… read more

Horror-Fi Me: An audio augmented reality cinematic soundscape experience

Sonic Maps

A sonic map, which incorporates interactive spatialised audible locations, represents an advancement in the genre of sound mapping. Where, within sound maps, locations are tagged or marked with links to either external or embedded audio content relevant in some way… read more

Sonic Maps

Sonic Maps

Sonic Maps

Creative mutation through repetition

Creative mutation through repetition

Music Piracy As A Marketing Strategy

Music Piracy As A Marketing Strategy

An Open Call For Spambots

An Open Call For Spambots