a sonic challenge

a sonic challenge

…in which we also post a retread and a promise…. My pal Dave Hood recently left me some tips about how to approach the Hetch Hetchy aqueduct to get a field recording. We’d guess the pipes are singing much of the time. As with many such guesses there is one way to find out: head […]

editsville in transit

editsville in transit

…in which we toil over the inner harbor channel with mouse and camera. Transit is one act of our A LOT 2014 presentation the Floating Bridge of Dreams. It was initially envisioned as the opening act, and might still turn out to be…assuming we can overcome our fear of daylight. That’s because our 6:30 evening […]

and yet another audio experiment

Posted by on May 31, 2011 in audio, blog, site design, wikiGong sounds | 3 Comments

…in which we attempt to revert to Martin Laine’s “Audio” plug-in thanks to Safari’s behavior. Let’s repeat the experiment with the variant syntax: Brooklyn Bridge handrail [audio:http://wikigong.com/cchost/content/Mr_Yesterday/Mr_Yesterday_-_BB_handrail_01.mp3] Golden Gate Bridge handrail [audio:http://wikigong.com/cchost/content/Mr_Yesterday/Mr_Yesterday_-_GGB_handrail_SEW.mp3] And the result is….

playback time?

…in which we attempt to wed ccHost audio to a blog entry. Continuing our tour of the WordPress empire, it’s time to see how the sonic dimension might be handled.  This post is an excuse to exercise the Audiobar plug-in and others. For example, can we add an audio link to wikiGong Sounds material: Take me […]