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We're trialing our new travelogue page format for some of February's more significant efforts.
This month offered more opportunities for Projects than usual. Here's a sampling:
- Golden Gate Bridge assay 3—Jacob and Dave survey the GGB again February 26
- The Denver Millennium Bridge—more bridge samples from February 21
- Monumental Denver—a tour of the city's bronze on February 20
- An Android field test—listening to Jun Kaneko's Dango sculptures in San Jose February 12
- Interviewing angels—a visit to Milan, Italy, and the Cimitero Monumentale on February 10
We continued our investigations in the Tools department.
- Jacob's big bass rig—our SoCal contingent went off in search of big game, armed appropriately
- Sony Xperia X10—we posted notes on our latest investigations into Android mobile phones
- SoNoGram on Vimeo—our final SoundWalk 2010 performance of SoNoGram is posted in its entirety
- Golden Gate now on Vimeo—our first bridge assay is now viewable in a single video without interruptions
We performed and showcased our web activities at FLOOD's SoundWalk 2010 on October 2.
- SoundWalk 2010—our SoundWalk 2010 project page has the pictures and ephemera like our packing list
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.