Sharing Soundscape Awareness & Advocacy
Join us in action & advocacy on behalf of SOUNDSCAPE. We welcome friends and fans of nature's 'biophony', earth's own timeless soundtrack!
Started by Christine Hass Dec 9, 2012.
The New York times just released an article about the impacts even quiet wilderness goers can have on wildlife:
Most of us are unaware how much impact we are having, especially when are trying to be quiet and low impact. But it…Continue
Posted by Christine Hass on February 15, 2015 at 3:12pm
TED Global is a fine forum of thought leaders from around the world, sharing their finest efforts on behalf of technology, education/entertainment, and design of 'many stripes'. This past June (2014), Wild Sanctuary's Bernie Krause addressed the audience about his on-going efforts to explore 'the Voice of the Natural World', and how the soundscapes of the natural wild inform our music, language, and dance - from the ancient past to the undiscovered future. To view the video, click the link…Continue
Posted by Katherine (Kat) Krause on August 9, 2013 at 7:00pm
Part of our ever-evolving work in soundscape is to bring people together in appreciation for the increasingly rare wild places of the world. The WildStore, on the new Wild Sanctuary site, enables visitors to browse a fine collection of recordings from Bernie Krause, friends, and colleagues in the field - hear the sample sounds, and get a sense of the wonderful work in this growing collection.…Continue
Posted by Katherine (Kat) Krause on January 29, 2013 at 6:12pm
Curated by Soundscape Support Team member, La Cosa Preziosa, this upcoming sound-led program in Dublin is one you'll want to know about.
Posted by Katherine (Kat) Krause on January 22, 2013 at 8:54am
A Salute of Support! The multi-talented Jez Riley French gets a quiet 'shout out' today for the many fine ways his work explores and expresses the world of soundscape, musical composition, and art. His fine sensibilities, gifted talents, and painstaking technical skills combine into a rather astonishing compilation that is well worth knowing about. Some hydrophone stuff on YouTube (below) -- and do visit his well-crafted …Continue
Posted by Katherine (Kat) Krause on November 18, 2012 at 9:32am
New members add vitality to the network, so let's all welcome them. (It is a 'social' network, after all!) If you haven't taken a look at the Members Page lately, check it out - and find out more about others joining us here. Today, we welcome newest member, Christine Hass. Check out her blog at: http://www.wildmountainechoes.com
Posted by Katherine (Kat) Krause on November 4, 2012 at 9:58pm
Natural soundscape is certainly tied to the conditions that produce it -- and in 'The Great Animal Orchestra', Soundscape Author Bernie Krause makes the case that this connection is the original font of all human-made music that has evolved over time - but what of human-made music that has now also been influenced by the modern age, it's noise, and it's abstraction from the once pristine order of healthy habitats?…Continue
Posted by Katherine (Kat) Krause on October 1, 2012 at 3:28pm
The great catalyst of biophony and the 'Niche Hypothesis' is finally taking hold. Around the world, more research, more outreach, and more networking than ever is energizing a world of soundscape interest.
Check out the new 'sound-led' campaign efforts from World Wildlife Fund, Ocean Conservation Research, and NRDC to help keep the Arctic Ocean sustainable for marine life. How exciting to be in the field - as web-based technologies keep connecting and expanding the possibilities…Continue