composer & environmental sound recordist
Ears in Space
A studio for field recording,
spatial audio, and listening practice
Ears In Space in collaboration with SoundCamp REVEIL and Mass Audubon’s Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary
Ephemerospheres: Chiropterans / Avians
[Part of REVEIL 9, a 24+1 hour broadcast]
Join the stream here at 8:00 PM Massachusetts time (UTC-4).
A live mix of bat echolocation sounds, evening birds, insects, and amphibians, streaming from Mass Audubon’s Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary in Easthampton and Northampton, MA.
Participants: Mike Bullock: microphones, mix; Erin Ruggiano: bat researcher
Information about REVEIL 9
Hosted by SoundCamp, London UK
START: 12 AM, Massachusetts time (UTC-4) SAT 30 APRIL
FINISH: 1 AM (UTC-4) SUN 01 MAY
LISTEN / CHAT / PROJECTS: soundtent.org/reveil
Reveil is a 24+1 hr radio broadcast that follows sunrise around the earth on Dawn Chorus Day, travelling west on live audio streams sent in by streamers at daybreak from their locations.
Streams are hosted on the live soundmap by Locus Sonus (ESAAIX, Aix en Provence) with the support of Creacast, France. The broadcast is hosted by Wave Farm (Acra NY). Resonance Extra are our UK broadcast partners.
Reveil will be mixed live in London (Soundcamp: Grant Smith, Hannah Kemp-Welch); Santiago (Tsonami: Fernando Godoy); Sunshine Coast (Biosphere Soundcapes: Leah Barclay); and Chania (Soundcamp: Maria Papadomanolaki). Reveil is produced by Christine Bramwell, Ciara Drew and Dawn Scarfe at Stave Hill Ecological Park, with the support of Rebeka Clark (TCV).
Reveil brings city yards, remote rural sites, fresh and salt water bodies into communication, creating a collective audit of planetary soundworlds over one earth day.
The broadcast is accompanied by a parallel programme of transmission works, talks, walks and remote performances by partners of the Acoustic Commons network.
Listen on Resonance Extra, Wave Farm WGXC, Sound Art Radio and over 20 participating stations.
Follow the expanded radio programme at: soundtent.org/reveil
Reveil 9 is supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, Southwark Council and private donations.