The Soundscape Ecology Project at Purdue is sponsoring a World Listening
Day (July 18, 2011) recording drop event. We invite the public, amateur
sound recording specialists, acoustic ecologists, bioacousticians, etc.
to visit our web site and submit a short soundscape recording. We will
collect information on your soundwalk experiences, soundscape
descriptions and (optionally) contact information. Google Gazetteer tool
will associate your recording with a lat,long coordinate so that we can
map these soundscapes recordings. We plan to have the site active
Sunday, July 17th through July 24th , 2011 (for dropping recordings).
Recordings should be no longer than 3 mins. We will accept recordings of
any standard audio format (although .wav format is preferred).
*FYI: This site will be undergoing development through Sunday morning
(July 17th) so any files uploaded are not likely to be saved.* You can
still upload the location of the recording and send the sound file via
email at ubima...@gmail.com ...
Bryan C. Pijanowski
195 Marsteller Street
Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
West Lafayette, Indiana 47906
(765) 496-2215 (phone)
(765) 496-2422 (fax)
Director, Purdue's Environmental and Ecological Engineering GAANN Program
co-Director of Partnering for Land Use Sustainability (PLUS)
Director, Human-Environment Modeling and Analysis (HEMA) Laboratory
Associate Editor, Journal of Land Use Science
What's New <http://ericleonardson.org/whatsnew/>
World Listening Projec <http://www.worldlisteningproject.org/>t
Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology <http://mwsae.org/>
Chicago Phonography <http://www.chicagophonography.org/>
Locus Sonus Audio Streaming Project Map
<http://locusonus.org/soundmap/>, "chicago - westside"