[Virtual] Annual Listening Party
Saturday, December 4, 2021
7:00 PM -- 10:00 PM Pacific Standard Time
Showcase the sounds you've recorded over the past year and receive feedback from other recordists. Each year we have an amazing selection of recordings and stories, and interesting folks to meet or catch up with. Send us your sounds and we will include them on the program.
All interested listeners are welcome. It's OK if you don't have any recordings. We look forward to seeing you.
How to join the party:
Join the Zoom meeting:
Meeting ID: 832 9701 9249
How to submit recordings:
Submit stereo files in any common format (WAV or 256k MP3 suggested). One-minute clips of soundscapes work well. If you want to play an extended piece, five to seven minutes would be a good maximum. Please prepare your clips in advance. Name your files with your name first, then a number and a descriptive title, so your files will sort together and in the order you want. If you can't be present, tell your stories in text files, and the operator will read them. Give the text files the same numbers as the sound clips so they'll sort together. Example:
Dugan 01 Yosemite Mariposa Grove Dawn Chorus 2021
Dugan 01 Notes
Dugan 02 Yosemite Ackerson Meadow Dawn 2021
Dugan 02 Notes
and so on...
Go to https://www.dropbox.com/sh/85ebym7f1eesphi/AAB7pP11qQUWNpL-kyYHlzAxa?dl=0 and drag your files into the box. Alternatively, email them to email@example.com or use your favorite file transfer service. To be sure your files are played, please send them before, not on, December 4.
People concerned with natural sound and natural quiet include biologists, museum professionals, park rangers, birders, conservationists, sound designers, musicians, artists, radio producers
and many more.
The Society organizes events throughout the year. In January, a Post Production Workshop where we teach how to edit recorded sound to produce CDs, podcasts, or downloads. In early May, a Tech Talk about recording equipment. In June, our annual Field Recording Workshop at San Francisco State University's field campus at Yuba Pass. In December, a listening party. The Society presents California Soundscapes, a lecture-demonstration with surround sound that is presented at birding fairs and in lecture series throughout the greater Bay Area.
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