Paolo Inverni SOUND and Telling
Anita Kruse Sound
Qui-Hui Fang 2016 Dec. Sound
Tejas Mangeshkar Sound creates space
Emiliano Lule about Sound
Kate Wakefield Learning to Love Your Unique Sound
Дарця Тарковська Дарця Тарковська. Do it yourself. В музыке и в жизни.
Sara Auster Q&A with Sara Auster
Sara Auster Sound Meditation
Teho Teardo Suono e memoria
Aline Valente Lobo Sound
Bruno Bouchard Le son (avec Bruno Bouchard)
Jes Kramer Jes Kramer
Pedro Marques On becoming a composer
Wendel Patrick Listening Beyond
Steve Robins The Jellyfish Project
Chantal Gosselin Trouver sa voix
Véronique Carbonneau Comment construire une école du 21e siècle? Avec le coeur!
Alex Jaffray Le son pointu
Dean Bradshaw 100 Photographs
Ramiro McTersse Sonido
Steve West Steve West
Alexander Danner Greater Boston
Audience Takes the Stage Anna Brenner, Chakka Reeves and Emily Belden
Timo Blunck Klang vs. Musik, Bedeutung von Sound
Simon Smith Productor musical y compositor
Marcelo Téo Marcelo Téo
Ben Wright The World of Sound Inside Meow Wolf
Cris Romagna Sound - Dezembro 2016
Winter Mix Lance Coleman: Pathway to the Sound Industry
Winter Mix Daniel Wolfe: A Mother's Diary
Winter Mix Niema Jordan: The Importance of Listening
Broken Spectacles Sound
Grace Sahertian In The Eyes of The Beholder, This Is What Her Sounds Looks Like
Sound & Ink
Mara Flynn Theater, Music and Vibrations that Move Us
Khayra Bundakji Khayra Bundakji
Gareth Bonello Inspirational sounds
Peet Sneekes My favourite sounds
Bastian Campmann Bastian Campmann
Annie Zaleski Waiting for the Gift of Sound & Vision
Kelsey Rardon Kelsey Rardon
Claire Plumb Your voice is imperfect, be brave and embrace it.
Adam Ben Ezra A Long Romance with Sound
Korey Pereira Sound Designer
Phil and Brad Cook Sound
John Connell Immersive Soundscapes
Arthur Belino Arthur Belino
Nick Stewart The art and science of enjoying music
Babah Fly Rhymes, Rhythm, and Chakras
Teddy Abrams Our Relationship With Sound & Music
Paul Breazu The Origins of the Romanian Sound
Jacques' Bruna Jacques Bruna on Sound
Calvin Arsenia Sound
Letitia Walker Sound Mind, Sound Body, Sound Practices
Josue Moreno What makes a place Sacred - Sound
Madeleine Campbell Recording engineer and educator
John Prymmer John Prymmer on SOUND
Julianne Gold Brunson Listen to your Bones
Marie Basovníková The world of sign language
Ruth Meints Sound Advice for Igniting Creativity
Dallas Taylor Open Your Ears
Joe Alexander The Importance of Sound
Jamie Meyer Holy Ground To Me
Don Zientara The Inner Sounds of DC
Christoph De Boeck Waveforms. About sound in visual arts.
Žygimantas Gudelis-GON GON about sound (LT)
Valeria Vergara Sounds of the Sea
Guante Say It Like You Mean It, and Mean It Too (+Q&A)
Thomas Reibke Shut up and listen
Joshua Williams and Abbo For the love of sound.
Christina Irrgang Klang trägt Erinnerung und produziert zugleich Zukunft.
Arafaat Ali Khan Who will come to Comicon in Dubai?
Johannes Lohbihler Making music with dadamachines
Nuvi Mehta Short, Short, Short, Long - The Cognitive Impact of Sound
Brian Farrell Sound and Groove
Stephanie Ewen Making CLB a Music Destination
Friends of Noise The importance of all-age music venues
Gavin Glass Sound and how it connects to me
Stefanie C. Braun Stefanie C. Braun
Zoe Scruggs Like a Bell
Gabriel Teodros Gabriel Teodros
Greg Patterson Eventbrite
Doing something really well and making it special – making it extraordinary – is a life’s work.
Attention is a precious resource, and it’s one that every single person is fighting over.
When I’m paying attention to sound, I’m thinking more about active listening. What are you hearing, versus what are you listening to?
There are a lot of times where we go into something with a preconceived notion, a set destination, a thing that we want to happen. If you take a step back, and you’re actively listening, there’s a way that the stories and the moments unfold for you in a different way.
I think music is an incredible experience that we can all enjoy.
I want more people to go out to more places more often.
When you’re existing and really experiencing that moment, that’s a higher plane to be on.
In a world full of notifications and feeds, it’s more valuable than ever to really hold your experience and your awareness.
I think now more than ever we really need amazing music venues that really allow audiences to pay attention and to listen.
Who is the music for? What does it do to the listener? Is it ceremonial in some respect? What’s its purpose? What are you as the audience supposed to do when it’s happening?
Music is mind control.
I knew that music was definitely mine; and when I learned harmonies I thought, 'Yeah, harmony is where I'm gonna find God every time'
A lot of people grow up here and get tired of the lack of culture because of the city we're situated in & we're constantly overshadowed by Miami. So it's wonderful to see The Art & Creative Community growing here in my city.
la palabra "perro" no muerde
When you're recording a sound, you are taking a photograph of a moment.
To make a living in life, find your passion and then find a way to make money. That way you will always enjoy your job.
Everything vibrates in the world.
We are not machines, we are human with vibrations of our Earth.
We are always conditioned by some sound.
To start talking about sound, we can't leave out talking about silence.
There’s so much to learn. In the limited time we have together, I urge to you seek each other out...and learn these stories. Because, if it wasn’t for this, I would probably hate my brothers, but I don’t. I love my family and I would do anything for them, and I treat my community like my family as well. That self-examination is so critical, especially right now.
We usually say: ”I will believe it when I see it” but in reality we see what we believe.
Selama empat tahun, saya merenungkan semuanya; ternyata memang saya nggak [untuk major label]. Saya memilih untuk berkarir independen tanpa campur tangan dari pihak lain, karena yang saya kejar adalah - jujur saja, bukan terkenal, harus sukses - kepuasan disaat kita bisa bikin sebuah karya. Itu priceless.
I really dislike the phrase being perfect. What does it even mean? I've rarely heard the phrase in conjuction with something positive. It's a really abstract concept.
We are taught to think that we need to be greater, better, faster, more successful, more perfect, more, more, more.
As we grow up we do understand that we never leave that place of learning but we seem to put so much more pressure on ourselves.
Beethoven used to bite in a stick that was clamped to his piano frame, so he could 'hear' the vibrations through his teeth.
The value of truth has completely changed now.
All lunch money went to music.
The different sounds that created me, help make me the artist I am today. The sounds of my neighborhood, like old school hip-hop, Aretha on my parents radio and Ethiopian church music.
A gente se fala antes da fala
People that grew up in the great white north...you have to find a hobby in the winter or you’re never going to survive living in that climate.
The really exciting thing to do is look at the mind as a canvass itself.
So the idea is to give the visitors some space for deep sonic experience and see what it brings you. So when you are using artistic sound in the public space or in a half public space you can excite all the associations this person is having in the inner conversation they are having their whole life.
The guys who know how to treat sound are very valuable, like shamans or any tradition like that, that they use sound for religious experience
But the oral architect is a social force. So you have a lot of elements from the budget, from the decisions why the people, how many people you have to sit down there, what materials you are going to use, who decides that, and so on for years. So at the end you end up having this elements that are very intriguing as a sonic object but also a very socially form
There is his element parallel to our architecture that is the oral architecture. And with the difference between what is architect, in oral architecture you don't have one person. You can't pinpoint that this is the oral architect.
A cave is a very complex sonic device.
When the sound comes out from my mouth the idea does not belong to me anymore and is not my bodily presence anymore as you hear
Sound is the host of everything
You can close your eyes and not see stuff but you can not close your ears and not hear stuff.
Don't underestimate the power of nature.
The thing about change is that it's less about introducing something new and more about unlearning something old.
Our beliefs become the filter for how we interpret information from the outside.
When the world changes around us, the knowledge, the thinking, the logic, the beliefs in an organization is just the knowledge of yesterday, developed to meet the challenges of yesterday.
The real problem is when our own thinking is not in tune with the world around us. It's an even bigger problem if we are not aware of that.
Change is just there, it's a given. It's always been there and it always will be.
It isn't sound that we need more of, I think we need to take time out to be silent, reflect and investigate together.