Seattle Office of Film + Music


EVERDAY SOUNDS TAKE ON NEW LIFE ON SEATTLE STREETS
October 13, 2011, 10:42 am
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A new audio project called A Line Soundscape, a sonically-centered art installation by Christopher DeLaurenti, reworks trivial noises in King County’s first RapidRide corridor. DeLaurenti says “by layering everday, often overlooked sounds, I hope that these new contexts make ordinary sounds not so ordinary after all.” The project contains a compilation of field recordings, ranging from shuffling feet to crowd chatter to the general mechanical vibrations, and fuses them to produce “the secret sounds of your surroundings.” To channel your inner composer, you can co-compose your own track here, or call 206.651.5981 to hear a version customized for cell phones while riding RapidRide yourself.

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