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Young composers crossing sonic borders.


Hello there,

Today we checked out the mySounds from the kids in Athens and Etoy. We had a lot of fun guessing, wondering and trying to figure out how their mySounds were made. But then we decided that telling a story about the sounds we listen to was much more interesting then cracking our brains on possible sound sources.

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So the sticky sound of a piece of tape became a plane crashing down, the scraping sound of a pencil sharp became an old truck trying to get it’s engine started and the soft sliding sound of a curtain reminded us of sad feelings and the silence of a funeral. But then the loud and high pitch sound of a flap which slowed down to the end in a more rumbling and rolling sound, made us think of a crazy ride in a roller coaster!

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In some of the recordings we also discovered voices and little percussive instruments. We experienced that listening to those sounds is different in a way, because you recognize the sound source more easily and then the magic is kind of broken. Still some of these where pretty cool recordings, so maybe you can discover them in the soundscapes that we made with the mySounds from Athens and Etoy!

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2 Responses to “Young composers crossing sonic borders.”

  1. Mark Shillitoe Says:

    Hi Sint-Laurens,
    Your Soundscapes have really inspired us. Far too many ideas to write in a comment so we’ve written a new post full of imagination. Thanks!

  2. Sofia Grigoriadou Says:

    Hello, Sint-Laurens!
    in our latest post
    you can read where your soundscapes have taken us to…
    Cheers from Athens!

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