Acoustic Boundaries is a 30-minute soundwalk that encompasses some of the unique acoustic experiences created by the iconic architecture of the Barbican, London, highlighting the space's affect upon the movement of sound and sharing acoustic phenomena in the most unlikely of places.
Unable to reach the Barbican? You can now watch this first-person, binaural video recording of the walk. Not as good as the real thing but a good second best.
To find out more, or to download the mp3 so that you can take part in the walk yourself, please visit my website: alisonballard.com
The walk is designed to be listened to via a speaker (to allow your ears to listen to the subtle changes in acoustics) but as this video contains binaural sound, please wear headphones when watching.