Walking Sound

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Walking Sound is a soundscape composition based on a soundwalk of the same name that took place in Prague, Czech Republic, as part of an European Broadcasting Union’s Ars Acoustica conference in 2011. The soundwalk and composition are the works of Andrea Dancer and Michal Kindernay. The soundwalk comprised artistic and musical interventions some of which were recorded for the composition after the fact. The basic premise was whether a composition that followed the route that was recorded after the fact and highlighted acoustic features across one day from morning to evening could create a listening experience mimetic of the soundwalk.

Near Prague, Czechia

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