Field Recording Blog

I was lucky to have the opportunity to visit Alaska in June 2019. I have been inspired to travel to Alaska ever since reading One Man’s Wilderness by Richard Proenneke and The Place Where You Go to Listen by John Luther Adams. The endless light of the arctic summer is a magical place for field recording.
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CONTEST WINNER:  Congrats Jeremy Zussman! You won the sound libraries :) Thank you to everyone who donated to support these causes.  The total amount raised was $810 from 40 donors! DONATION SCREENSHOTS:  DESCRIPTION:  I am joining forces with Andy Martin...
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I thoroughly enjoyed creating my Piano Resonance sound library. As a composer, the piano’s singing overtones are one of my favorite piano sounds. I discovered this sound years ago when I was composing my master’s thesis for piano and seasonal...
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On my most recent recording trip in January, I set a challenge for myself to find the most emotive and interesting "silence" I could record. I was searching for these recording conditions:  Winter with zero wildlife Barely audible or zero...
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I am joining forces with Andy Martin and George Vlad to raise money for environmental causes this holiday season. The three of us have a deep love of nature and actively work to preserve the natural soundscapes through our field recording. We are each donating some of our recordings as a prize to encourage donations.
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