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Moleskine Paper

The sound of the Moleskine paper changes when it has been written on.
It goes from a soft crinkle to a more crisp crackle.
And there is still something magical about just stroking the page with the side of your hand.

Field Recording

Last year/This year

Two sound recordings made during the holiday period.

The first was recorded on the beach at Happisburgh in Norfolk . Despite days of cold winds and freezing fog, the trip on new year’s eve was a delight. 89 more words

Field Recording

2016 and all that

It has been a great year for sound. The audiodays Souncloud page has had over 11k plays and I launched the Norfolk Sound Map.

It’s incredible to think how far my music has travelled this past year with listeners on every continent. 143 more words

Field Recording

Random Observations on Sound - II

“So did you record any nice sounds?”
“Yes, I caught some trees creaking, that was quite nice!”
“Your microphones must be very sensitive, right?”
“You mean because I got the trees creaking?” 424 more words

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