3 July 2022

The Wildlife Sound Recording Society held its annual general meeting this week, during which the results of their Field Recording Competition were announced.  A big thank you to the judges for selecting one of my recordings as runner-up in the restricted category for habitats - it was an honor to be included on an impressive roster of winners and qualifiers, including the President of the WSRS, Chris Watson.

 

Here's the recording, of whip-poor-wills and several amphibian species on the edge of a hidden lake in Massachusetts, shortly after dark in early June 2021. It was recorded with the Audio-Technica BP4025 stereo mic that has been my stalwart sidekick for 15 years. 

New England PondMike Bullock
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11 March 2022

Here's an excerpt of my Brown University talk on my YouTube channel. The mask makes it a little hard to understand me so you can click on the Closed Captioning button for some hand-corrected semi-automatic subtitles. 

2 March 2022

Ephemerospheres, 6 works for my Ears In Space wave field synthesis array, will be presented at Brown University on Wednesday, 2 March, starting at 5 pm. I'll be giving a lecture-demonstration on the array, which I call the Model A, at 2 pm that day. 

25 April - 5 May 2022

The Flight of the Pipistrelle, a voyage on the British inland waterways system to collect and live-stream the sounds of British bats, birds, and their environments. In collaboration with SoundCamp (London). More information soon.

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6 November 2021

Visit the Documentation page for my recent installation Ephemerospheres which just finished its ruin at Harvestworks on Governors Island, NYC.