Field Recordings

Duvernoy, Russell J.
January 2009
Fugue;Winter/Spring2009, Issue 36, p51
The article focuses on making field recordings. According to the author, the recordings are best for listening on small tape recorders after dark in silent rooms with large windows. He says that by making the recordings, they could transform the world's madness into something less menacing. The author also relates several technical difficulties they went through.


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