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Wednesday, March 25 • 2:30pm - 7:00pm
Workshop: Acoustic Ecology Field Recording

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The American Society for Acoustic Ecology presents a hands-on Field Recording Workshop in conjunction with the Balance/Unbalance 2015 Conference.

The goal of the workshop is to offer participants a hands-on experience of soundscape recording in a natural environment, while learning about the field recording practices of master artists, and participating in a conversation and skill-share with the artists and other participants around the techniques and philosophy of field recording. 

The workshop will take place on March 25-26 in Tempe, Arizona.  It will be led by three working artists, each with a significant and unique practice in field recording. The site of the hands-on session is the Beaver Creek Experimental Watershed at sunrise, 90 minutes north and east of Tempe.  More information and example recordings from the site can be found here.

SCHEDULE

Wednesday, March 25:
2:30-3:00pm Arrival and check-in at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (room TBD) 

3:00-6:00pm 
A brief introduction, then a presentation by each of the Lead Artists, followed by a Q & A with all three.

6:00-7:00pm
Dinner break (on your own — local restaurants will be identified)

7:00-9:00pm
Provided transportation to the Days Inn in Camp Verde, AZ.  

Thursday, March 26:
5:00-8:30am 
Field Recording Excursion to the Beaver Creek Experimental Watershed.  (Sunrise occurs at 6:24am)
NOTE: This site is part of the Listen(n) project of ASU.  Recordings made this morning can be submitted to the project for inclusion.
More information about the site can be found HERE.

8:30-10:30am 
Downtime at the Days Inn

10:30-12:30pm
Provided transportation back to Tempe/ASU

12:30-1:30pm: 
Lunch break (on your own — local restaurants will be identified)

1:30-4:00pm: 
An informal post-recording conversation led by the Lead Artists.  Individuals will be encouraged to share their recordings, discuss techniques, and share their skills and ideas with the group.  A sound system will be provided.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
– Registration cutoff for this workshop is March 18, 2015.

– The registration fee includes transportation, but does not include the your stay at the Days Inn in Camp Verde, AZ on the evening of March 25, 2015. Participants will need to book this on their own.  The Days Inn website.

– an email reminder with detailed information on locations, meeting points, and recommended packing list, etc. will be distributed two weeks before the event.

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT

Registration costs are $100 for ASAE members, and $150 for non-members.  The non-member fee includes membership, if desired. There is no partial registration fee available for attending only part of the workshop.Payments can be made via PayPal to: asae.treasurer@gmail.com. Alternate payment arrangements can be made. Please contact ASAE Treasurer Michael Bullock at the same address.

Any other inquiries about the workshop can be made to Stephan Moore.

Speakers
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Annea Lockwood

Annea Lockwood is known for her explorations of the rich world of natural acoustic sounds and environments, in works ranging from sound art and installations and performance art to concert music. Her music has been performed in many venues and festivals and extensively recorded. | | She has created several sound maps of famous rivers including the Danube, Hudson, and the Housatonic. See some of the press on her work here. Wild Energy, in... Read More →
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Jeremiah Moore

Sound designer, mixer, and sound artist Jeremiah Moore is known for his sensitive and listening-centered approach to sound production. His work has appeared in documentary films Miracle In A Box, Key of G, feature film Cherish, theater productions Merchant of Auschwitz (Denver Drama Critics Circle award for best sound design), permanent museum exhibits Prehistoric Journey at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Detention Barracks at the... Read More →
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Glenn Weyant

Glenn Weyant is a Tucson-based folk listener and a founding member of the early 21st Century Border Wall Deconstructionist Movement. For two decades Weyant has chronicled the Sonoran Desert soundscape via soundwalks, field recordings and performance. In borderland performances, a keystone of Weyant’s work includes amplifying and playing walls, militarized infrastructure and migrant ephemera with a cello bow and implements of mass... Read More →


Wednesday March 25, 2015 2:30pm - 7:00pm
Stauffer B103 950 S. Forest Mall Tempe, AZ 85281

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