Low-key sound techniques
by Aernoudt Jacobs

The workshop deals with both low-key methods for recording in the field and creating ways to diffuse those recordings. Low-key techniques can be seen as tools for listening and responding to a certain sonic environment and/or recorded event. Moving a step back from an ideal listening situation and a moving into a highly subjective listening environment. The workshop focuses on discovering different edges in a listening process, extending listening thresholds. During the workshop we will make sonic disposable tools and look into different technologies that are different from the ones typically found on the market. The workshop is focussed on hands-on experiences.

workshop @ Villa Arson

Nice in France

25 March 2014 - 28 March 2014