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Remixing the sounds of San Francisco Bay…

  A short sound clip from San Francisco – one of the tannoy announcements from a trip in San Francisco harbour, encouraging us all to be good citizens and recycle. So, as an obedient citizen, I’ve recycled the sound of the announcement. The remixed version

Insects inside the baptistery…

The third sound from the Florentine mini-series comes from inside the Baptistery of St. John, in the famous Piazza del Duomo. My first recording inside this fascinating octagonal building was a pretty generic ‘I’m-inside-a-church’ field recording, all reverb, echo and reverential footsteps. But my later

Remixing a mass service

Post two from Firenze, and this one is from the Basilica della Santissima Annunziata, where mass was taking place on New Year’s Eve while we were there. The service was going on behind huge, heavy wooden doors, so was muffled and obscured, but there were

Climbing the campanile, Firenze

The first of a short series of posts from Firenze, Italy, taken from a trip in January 2014. While the locations are colossally generic (y’know, some of the most famous buildings in Italy), hopefully the sounds and treatments of them are less so. Here I’ve

What does your Seoul look like?

Ahem. Excuse the dreadful pun. An exciting moment for Cities & Memory – not only the first non-European sound to be uploaded, but also our first entry from a new contributor! Thanks to James Pamphlion for this pair of sounds from Incheon International Airport, South