STEIM, in partnership with the Geluid van Nederland project, presents a series of workshops addressing the creation, consumption, and reappropriation of sound material through the practice of field recording.
The Geluid van Nederland project is a collaborative effort between Kennisland, De Auditieve Dienst and the Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid to crowdsource a massive online archive of field recordings. The archive will be sustainably preserved and available for free use by artists.
The Geluid van Nederland website contains an archive of geocoded field recordings already collected as part of the Geluid van Nederland project. We encourage participants to add their own recordings from the workshop to this archive, and also to use recordings from the archive as part of their projects. The entire Geluid van Nederland archive is open for free creative use and will remain sustainably preserved as it grows. The audiotours and source recordings are shared on soudcloud in the ‘Het Geluid van Nederland’-archive and sustainably preserved. soundcloud.com/groups/het-geluid-van-nederland
Subtle Listening // Kim Cascone // en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Cascone
Processing Found Sound // Robert Henke // monolake.de
Composing Audiotours // Arnoud Traa // deauditievedienst.nl
Camera + Edit // Tanja Busking // vimeo.com/tanjabusking
Music // Tonik - Snapshot3 Faybe One Remix, Stevens - Just Passing By
Sound Samples // Sounds from Monolake, Field recordings made during workshop,
Special thanks to Jonathan Reus and STEIM, who made this production possible. Props to Margit, most sound samples in this video are used from your great audio tour! Big up for Roey Tsemah and Marco Santos for the outdoor shoot in the freezing cold. I'm sorry for your uncomfortable red noses.
Visit geluidvannederland.nl for more information and to upload sound material of your own.