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http://binauraldiaries.co.uk

The Binaural Diaries is my collection of field recordings, or ‘sound photographs’.

Much of this work is created using a technique called 'binaural recording'. This is a method of recording sound that uses two microphones, arranged with the intent to create a 3-D stereo sound sensation for the listener of actually being in the environment that was captured. Listen using headphones to enjoy this effect.

My current field recording setup comprises of a pair of Sound Professionals SP-TFB-2 binaural microphones and a Sony PCM M-10 recorder.

Binaural Diaries Field Recording Ollie Hall

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http://binauraldiaries.co.uk

The Binaural Diaries is my collection of field recordings, or ‘sound photographs’.

Much of this work is created using a technique called 'binaural recording'. This is a method of recording sound that uses two microphones, arranged with the intent to create a 3-D stereo sound sensation for the listener of actually being in the environment that was captured. Listen using headphones to enjoy this effect.

My current field recording setup comprises of a pair of Sound Professionals SP-TFB-2 binaural microphones and a Sony PCM M-10 recorder.

    Early Morning Birdsong 3rd May 2020 05:30

    Early Morning Birdsong 3rd May 2020 05:30

    Early Morning Birdsong - 3rd May 2020 05:30

    https://binauraldiaries.co.uk/early-morning-birdsong/

    Early morning field recording of birdsong in St George Park, Bristol.

    Inspired by International Dawn Chorus Day:
    https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/dawn-chorus-day

    Gear:
    Sony PCM-M10
    Clippy Stereo EM172 microphones

    Photo by Wojciech Święch on Unsplash

    • 6 min
    Clap For Our Carers - 2nd April 2020 19:58

    Clap For Our Carers - 2nd April 2020 19:58

    Clap For Our Carers - 2nd April 2020 19:58.

    Field recording of our neighbourhood taking part in #clapforourcarers. This was the second such event of the covid-19 UK lockdown.

    https://binauraldiaries.co.uk/clap-for-our-carers/
    https://clapforourcarers.co.uk/

    Gear:
    Sony PCM-M10
    Clippy Stereo EM172 microphones

    Photo by Guillermo Latorre on Unsplash

    • 4 min
    Alistair Park Woodcarving - Drawknife on Larch

    Alistair Park Woodcarving - Drawknife on Larch

    https://binauraldiaries.co.uk/alistair-park-woodcarving/

    Having talked about doing it for quite some time, I recently visited Alistair Park at his studio at Bower Ashton in Bristol to make field recordings of some of the sounds that his tools make in use.

    Alistair has been working with wood for over 20 years, and it was a great pleasure to see him practising his craft and to hear the sounds made by various wood carving techniques that he chose to demonstrate.

    It's clear that such craftsmanship relies on an intimate understanding of the associated tools and materials. It goes without saying that the appearance and feel of the wood are key when crafting the raw material into the end result, but I was interested to learn that also the smell of the wood and the sounds made when working it all feed into the creative process.

    In this recording Alistair demonstrated the use of a very old drawknife on a piece of larch.

    You can learn more about Alistair’s work at his website http://www.carvings-with-stories.co.uk, his blog https://carvingswithstories.blogspot.co.uk and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Bristolwoodcarver/.

    • 2 min
    Alistair Park Woodcarving - Relief-Carving of David Bowie In Oak

    Alistair Park Woodcarving - Relief-Carving of David Bowie In Oak

    https://binauraldiaries.co.uk/alistair-park-woodcarving/

    Having talked about doing it for quite some time, I recently visited Alistair Park at his studio at Bower Ashton in Bristol to make field recordings of some of the sounds that his tools make in use.

    Alistair has been working with wood for over 20 years, and it was a great pleasure to see him practising his craft and to hear the sounds made by various wood carving techniques that he chose to demonstrate.

    It's clear that such craftsmanship relies on an intimate understanding of the associated tools and materials. It goes without saying that the appearance and feel of the wood are key when crafting the raw material into the end result, but I was interested to learn that also the smell of the wood and the sounds made when working it all feed into the creative process.

    In this recording Alistair uses a gouge to carve a relief portrait of David Bowie into a star-shaped piece of oak.

    You can learn more about Alistair’s work at his website http://www.carvings-with-stories.co.uk, his blog https://carvingswithstories.blogspot.co.uk and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Bristolwoodcarver/.

    • 3 min
    Alistair Park Woodcarving - Using a Side Axe

    Alistair Park Woodcarving - Using a Side Axe

    https://binauraldiaries.co.uk/alistair-park-woodcarving/

    Having talked about doing it for quite some time, I recently visited Alistair Park at his studio at Bower Ashton in Bristol to make field recordings of some of the sounds that his tools make in use.

    Alistair has been working with wood for over 20 years, and it was a great pleasure to see him practising his craft and to hear the sounds made by various wood carving techniques that he chose to demonstrate.

    It's clear that such craftsmanship relies on an intimate understanding of the associated tools and materials. It goes without saying that the appearance and feel of the wood are key when crafting the raw material into the end result, but I was interested to learn that also the smell of the wood and the sounds made when working it all feed into the creative process.

    In this recording Alistair demonstrated the use of a side axe.

    You can learn more about Alistair’s work at his website http://www.carvings-with-stories.co.uk, his blog https://carvingswithstories.blogspot.co.uk and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Bristolwoodcarver/.

    • 1m
    Alistair Park Woodcarving - Splitting Larch using a froe and mallet

    Alistair Park Woodcarving - Splitting Larch using a froe and mallet

    https://binauraldiaries.co.uk/alistair-park-woodcarving/

    Having talked about doing it for quite some time, I recently visited Alistair Park at his studio at Bower Ashton in Bristol to make field recordings of some of the sounds that his tools make in use.

    Alistair has been working with wood for over 20 years, and it was a great pleasure to see him practising his craft and to hear the sounds made by various wood carving techniques that he chose to demonstrate.

    It's clear that such craftsmanship relies on an intimate understanding of the associated tools and materials. It goes without saying that the appearance and feel of the wood are key when crafting the raw material into the end result, but I was interested to learn that also the smell of the wood and the sounds made when working it all feed into the creative process.

    In this recording Alistair split an log of larch using a froe and mallet. Listen out for the 'pop' the log makes as the fibre of the wood splits into two.

    You can learn more about Alistair’s work at his website http://www.carvings-with-stories.co.uk, his blog https://carvingswithstories.blogspot.co.uk and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Bristolwoodcarver/.

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