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The best sound tools of 2019

It’s nearly the end of the year, so as is our tradition we’ve asked some of our regular contributors all over the world for their favourite sound tools, plugins, instruments and musical wizardry of 2019. Following on from our previous roundups of the best sound

Cities and Memory: review of the year 2017

2017 has been a big year for Cities and Memory - from large-scale projects about spirituality and protest to international media coverage and exhibitions, here's our roundup of the year: Sounds in the project Global contributors Sound plays Countries on the sound map 2017 project:
best sound design tools

The best sound design tools of 2017

It’s been an end-of-year tradition at Cities and Memory to ask some of our most frequent contributors to tell us which are the best sound design tools, plugins, effects and instruments they’ve been using most over the previous 12 months. Following on from our roundups

field recording albums

Fourteen of the best field recording albums

Here at Cities and Memory, we’re all about bringing together the worlds of field recording and sound design/music to create a new way of listening to the world. But of course there are many hundreds of albums out there that combine or use field recordings

Albums of the year 2016

Our roundup of the albums of the year for 2016, featuring Be, Ian William Craig, Tangents, Saaad, Plaid, Botany, Radiohead, Eluvium and more.