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Tag: Fabio Lattuca

What makes a field recording special? (part one)

Over years of field recording, we’ve often pondered the question ‘what makes a field recording special?’ Just what is it that elevates one recording from the everyday to something that makes the hairs stand up on the back of your neck? In this two-part series, we ask fifteen notable field

Join VacuaMoenia for World Listening Day

Our Sicilian friends over at VacuaMoenia are holding an open call for sounds as part of World Listening Day on 18 July. World Listening Day is an annual chance to celebrate acoustic environments and the practice of listening around the world. The date comes from the birthday of Canadian writer

There’s no rainstorm like a Sicilian rainstorm

Today’s sound is a beautiful field recording submitted by Fabio R. Lattuca, who’s part of the Vacua Moenia collective – a sonic study of abandoned Sicilian spaces (take a look over here). He sent in a lovely recording of a crashing rainstorm in Palermo for us to work with. For