Sound is really important #filmmaking #sound (Taken with instagram)
The Global Sound Project is moving steadily along. We have sound bites from many countries all around the world that you have access to for FREE! The only way this works is if you get involved. You can upload your own sounds of whatever you like: rain, laughter, street traffic etc. Then download whatever sounds you like from the site and use them in a video, in an art piece. The sky is the limit and it’s all for FREE. Check out our sound map today at http://www.theglobalsoundproject.org/ to get started.
but save the date May 4th @ Southside Lounge come see some of your favorite bands from SUNY Purchase and come help support a Purchase Alumni!
some of the acts include:
The Rotten Jazz Quartet
&& Much More
THERE WILL BE BAKED GOODS ON SALE.
EVERYTHING IS ONE DOLLAR!!!!!
This music video from Cut Chemist features images and sounds from around the globe (which all happened on the same day!). Share from Upworthy!
This is a beautiful piece by Cut Chemist that really captures the spirit of various different people and places from around the world.Source: upworthy
Did you know that you could make a speaker out of a styrofoam plate???
Over the next couple weeks, The Global Sound Project team will be planning a concert to take place in Southside. The acts of this concert will consist of popular bands on the Purchase campus. The date is May 4th - more details forthcoming.
Also, the Artsistic Director of The Global Sound Project, Keri, recently returned from Italy. While she was away she collected numerous sounds. Stay tuned - they will be on our website shortly!
DoSomething.org interviews our very own Keri Klick on the the Global Sound Project’s unique mission.
don’t forget to check out The Global Sound Project’s official website where you can become part of the fun. Download and upload sounds for free, from people and by people like you from around the world.
Check out this sound map from our official site. Every point listed is what we call a node location where someone has uploaded a sound of their own. We have a sound bite of walking in the snow in Greenland or talking crowds in China. Learn how you can submit your own sounds to the Global Sound Project http://theglobalsoundproject.org/