SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE
wikiGongMain is currently closed to new users due to a wave of vandalism. As soon as we have adequate protections in place, we'll be back up and open again. Feel free to browse or to contact us for a brief chat if you'd like access. Thanks for understanding!
Due to a high vandalism rate on our pages we have put some basic security measures in place. Most of the wiki pages here still allow anonymous edits but ask you to respond to a visual challenge; a few, like this one, require you to log in first. We regret any inconvenience to our former casual contributors, and of course you are still welcome to join us! Please do sign up for a user account if you'd like to contribute. See a more detailed explanation and other news at Current_events.
wikiGongMain wiki sitemap
- site stuff
- projects What our members are doing.
- proposals What would make a good gong? See definitions at our host page wikiGong.com.
- works in progress Projects currently under way.
- submissions Compositions, sound files, etc. This is what wikiGong was set up to do: collect content.
- tools What we use to do what we do.
- gear All about the hardware.
- software Software and other tools for planning, mapping, capturing, manipulating.
- resources Useful things, increasingly available on the web.
- methods How we do it, or at least how we propose to do it.
- assays Recording the sonic aspects of large man-made structures for contemplation and reuse.
- gongMob! Group actions aimed at playing world megastructures live and en masse.
- catalogs Sonic output for reuse and remixing.
- remixes Remix capabilities we envision.
- postings Providing a forum for sounds, compositions, and other products of the community.
- context Indirect attempts to establish meaning.
- history Those who came before, many still active today.
- commentary What people have said and are saying about sound as art.
- links Contribute vectors to the site and other topics of interest to the community.
- more? Edit the page or suggest using the talk page.