Masterclass Dates: July 1 to 5, 2019
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The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture's much anticipated site-specific masterclass, The Art of Field Recording, is nearly fully subscribed. Enrol now and secure your place in this five-day intensive masterclass overseen by internationally acclaimed sound artists and recordists Douglas Quin [US] and Philip Samartzis [AU]. There is only one place available.
This five-day intensive masterclass will be an intense creative experience for all involved. You will live, work and participate in group and individual tuition with two world renown sound recordists. You will learn how to prepare for and undertake fieldwork in remote wilderness environments, and their attendant conditions. Practical fieldwork will be complimented by technical demonstrations and conversations focusing on sound recording, compositional methods and analysis, spatial sound techniques, approaches to sound design, and strategies for broadcast and exhibition. Fieldwork will be undertaken at Howmans Gap, and in the spectacular mountain settings of the Bogong High Plains during the winter snow season. This uniquely Australian setting provides a rare pristine environment to experiment with site responsive recording techniques using a broad range of professional equipment supplied by Nagra, Rycote and DPA microphones.
The Art of Field Recording is for anyone aspiring to work at a professional standard as an artist, composer or designer. Whether you are interested in sound art, film design, soundscape composition, acoustic ecology, experimental music, performance, spatial sound or environmental art, this masterclass will significantly enhance your knowledge and practice. You will be working with experienced practitioners who are internationally recognised for their soundscape compositions and spatial sound practices, and who possess the understanding and intellectual framework necessary to help you realise your creative and professional ambitions.
MASTERCLASS HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
- Demonstrations of recording techniques presented by Douglas Quin [US] & Philip Samartzis [AU], leading experts in sound art and acoustic ecology.
- Practical fieldwork undertaken in a pristine alpine wilderness area during winter the snow season.
- Instruction on how to prepare for deep field work in challenging environmental conditions.
- Exploration of the Bogong High Plains under the guidance of an Antarctic field training officer.
- Presentation and analysis of documentary films and soundscape compositions exploring polar regions and their communities.
The masterclass is capped to 12 places. The course fee includes: 5 days of classes and associated activities, 6 nights shared accommodation plus all meals.
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