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If You Can Hear My Voice: A Beginner’s Guide to TeachingInside My ClassroompinkstoncbPenciles Down3tape reel

Mon, 17 Jul 2017 13:00:52 +0000

Here at Sounding Out! we like to celebrate World Listening Day (July 18) with a blog series. This year, we bring your attention to the role of listening when it comes to the sounds of the K-12 classroom, and by extension, the school. Any day in a K-12 school involves movement and sounds day in […]

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A Manifesto, or Sounding Out!’s 51st Podcast!!!2265202595_01ff03e808_oangbandking7692065_c0de33e361_oBehind the scenes, we look NOTHING like this. Image borrowed from fr4dd @Flickr CC BY.BOOM!!!!! Image by Jamie McCaffrey CC @Flickr BY-NC.itunes10logo-300x300Screen Shot 2015-02-25 at 12.11.34 PM3358544222_8fcbb83367_otape reel

Mon, 29 Feb 2016 14:00:29 +0000

This week, Sounding Out! dropped its 51st podcast episode. As the curator and producer, I thought it necessary to commemorate the occasion with some fanfare. I want to shout from the hilltops about how proud I am that our little podcast has turned 51! Erm…at least I’m posting about it. Also, I want to clear the […]

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Radio Preservation Task Force Conference: Sound History and the Logistics of Social RecognitionguestlistenerCbRhyaPUEAA_kYRtape reel

Fri, 26 Feb 2016 14:23:13 +0000

Radio Preservation Task Force Conference Information Friday: Library of Congress, Washington, DC 9-5pm Saturday: University of Maryland- College Park, 9-5pm Schedule at:, RPTF Federal Page (associate list linked at the left tab): Hashtag: #RTPF (@soundingoutblog will livetweet the conference) This conference is free and open to those in the academic/archival/curatorial/preservation community who would […]

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SO! Amplifies: Radio Coyote’s #DIASPORADICAL SoundSTICKERFILEguestlistenerDocument312107994_884357794945397_3976500164667214883_n12308779_898185223562654_5327525627229606953_ntape reel

Mon, 01 Feb 2016 14:00:46 +0000

SO! Amplifies. . .a highly-curated, rolling mini-post series by which we editors hip you to cultural makers and organizations doing work we really really dig.  You’re welcome! —   This whole world’s wild at heart and weird on top —Wild at Heart Por tu amor. . . — Buyepongo Radio Coyote is a San Francisco-based web radio program […]

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Sound at SCMS 20155006172191_777fce90d3_balyxveseyVLTscms1mt"Queen Elizabeth" by Flickr user Robert Anthony Provost, CC BY 2.0"MetrOoo Montréal" by Flickr user Éole Wind, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0"Place des Arts" by Flickr user Logan Charlot, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0"18/07/12" by Flickr user Thien, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0"Montreal skyline from McGill University" by Flickr user slack12, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0"Youppi ! (31 / 365)" by Flickr user Jacques Fournier, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Mon, 23 Mar 2015 13:00:04 +0000

Each March one brave Sounding Out! author takes on the task of wading through the catalog of the annual conference of the Society for Cinema & Media Studies (SCMS), to produce a curated guide for scholars interested in sound and its intersection with media. For several years now, SCMS has been both widening its intellectual scope and becoming one […]

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Radio Ambulante: A Radio that ListensAaXcr6GCQAIPx5BguestlistenerRadio Accion2AySK2TBCQAEIEJeel closetbienvenidosA4z85osCcAAOxHjtape reel

Thu, 08 May 2014 13:00:04 +0000

Welcome back to the final article in our three-part series, Radio de Acción. Special thanks to you, our readers, and to editors Jennifer Stoever and Neil Verma at Sounding Out! for hosting this addition to a burgeoning field of Latin American critics and producers who are changing the way we hear radio as history, as […]

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DIY Histories: Podcasting the Past4349330191_387059d08b_oapresentpastSound and Tech"Modified Podcast Logo with My Headphones Photoshopped On" by Flickr user Colleen AF Venable, CC BY-SA 2.0"The histomap - four thousand years of world history" by Flickr user 图表汇, CC BY-SA 2.0 "Podcast in Retro" by Flickr user David Shortle, CC BY-NC 2.0tape reel

Mon, 14 Apr 2014 13:00:32 +0000

This is article 3.0  in Sounding Out!‘s April  Forum on “Sound and Technology.” Every Monday this month, you’ll be hearing new insights on this age-old pairing from the likes of Sounding Out! veteranos Aaron Trammell and Primus Luta along with new voices Andrew Salvati and Owen Marshall.  These fast-forward folks will share their thinking about everything from Auto-tune to techie manifestos. Today, Salvati asks if […]

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Sounding Out! Podcast #10: Interview with Theremin Master Eric Rossangbandking

Thu, 17 Jan 2013 14:00:03 +0000

In this podcast Sounding Out! interviews Ithaca, New York theremin master Eric Ross. Eric talks here about his background in avant-garde classical music but also waxes philosophical about performance, embodiment, emotion, technology, and play. Please listen in as Eric shares his experience as a pioneer in wrangling the interfaces of electronic music and as an […]

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Yellow Rain and The Sound of the Matter: Kalia Yang’s Sonorous Objection to Radiolab5532271725_48ab0c01f0_bjeckstein4523984502_391faaccaf_b3733908380_135cce2ec2_b6318993595_2e1c2698a2_b

Mon, 19 Nov 2012 14:00:34 +0000

The critically acclaimed WNYC program Radiolab found itself embroiled in a controversy for its recent broadcast segment “Yellow Rain.”  Released on September 24, 2012 as part of the episode entitled “The Fact of the Matter,” the 20 minute segment “Yellow Rain” recounted the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of the Hmong by the Viet Cong and […]

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Music is not Breadandreasduuspapemarina-cityThe Lion in Tweed and Peter C. DiCola

Mon, 10 Oct 2011 13:00:24 +0000

Wilco’s most critically acclaimed album, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, was released only after they were famously cut free from their original label (Reprise Records, now owned by Warner Brothers). Foxtrot found its new home (on Nonesuch Records), says lead singer Jeff Tweedy, because of leaked tracks on the internet. “Music is not a loaf of bread,” […]

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Pushing Record: Labors of Love, and the iTunes Playlistangbandkingthe-mix-tape_7-cute-symbols-of-a-relationship.jpgstandalone_or_car_cassette_mp3_player_inuse.jpg1255405529.jph

Mon, 03 Oct 2011 13:00:46 +0000

Last month as my sister and I drove to the store, she started to joke with me. “You’re crazy,” she began, “you’re so high-tech, with your computers, and XBOX. You love music. But, you’ve got a cassette player in your car.” I shot her a look. “So what? I like it.” I said, hoping that […]

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Garageland! Authenticity and Musical TasteangbandkingCarpetbaggers PictureBananna Split

Mon, 05 Sep 2011 13:00:25 +0000

Today’s post is a bit of a confessional.  Reflecting on Andreas Duus Pape’s post a few weeks back, Building Intimate Performance Venues on the Internet, I can not help but admire how closely Andreas relates podcasting with intimacy, and therefore; authenticity. Although it would be simple to critique this point as a case of circular […]

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Sounding Out! Podcast Episode #3: Awesome Sounds From A Future Boombox!angbandkingSounding Out! microphone

Wed, 27 Jul 2011 12:59:35 +0000

Dear Listeners, We’re officially two years old, and here’s a mix to celebrate! Awesome Sounds From A Future Boombox! This year, instead of plotting our mix in a secret editorial lair, we crowd-sourced and asked our writers to groove to a theme: “Awesome Sounds From A Future Boombox.” Of course, we had several exciting conversations […]

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Sounding Out! Podcast Episode #2: Building Intimate Performance Venues on the InternetandreasduuspapeSounding Out! microphoneMe. Photo by Hadassah Head.The Lion in Tweed. Artwork by Winston Rowntree.Chris HardwickThe Nerdist PodcastPaul F. TompkinsThe Pod F. TompkastJesse ThornThe Sound of Young America

Mon, 11 Jul 2011 13:00:28 +0000

The podcast is (or, can be) an intimate performance venue on the internet because it allows you to whisper into the ears of your fans. It allows you to grow close to communities of listeners. And podcasts also do one last thing, to be revealed at the end of this piece, after we’ve seen how […]

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