13 episodes

field recordings from the asia-pacific region. a long-term on-line project for the documentation of urban, rural, & natural environments. tracing change, subtle & dramatic. presenting soundscape podcasts, short films, image galleries & essays for encountered sounds, cultures, people, places & moments. an evolving network of creative exchange, regularly updated for public viewing. facilitated by sean art o’brien. inviting contributions.

Asia-Pacific Field Recording Forum Sean Art O'Brien

    • Visual Arts

field recordings from the asia-pacific region. a long-term on-line project for the documentation of urban, rural, & natural environments. tracing change, subtle & dramatic. presenting soundscape podcasts, short films, image galleries & essays for encountered sounds, cultures, people, places & moments. an evolving network of creative exchange, regularly updated for public viewing. facilitated by sean art o’brien. inviting contributions.

    Sleepy Bay, Tasmania

    Sleepy Bay, Tasmania

    Light surf on pebbles, on-shore wind, kelp garden

    • 8 min
    Toorale

    Toorale

    "Toorale" homestead dates from 1895. It sits on the banks of the Warrego river, amongst mulga scrub in the arid country of far west New South Wales. Constructed from timber and iron, the homestead was abandoned by the early 1970s, and is now a home to swallows, decaying gently along with its contents, including a ruined piano.

    • 5 min
    Mekong Delta Blues

    Mekong Delta Blues

    Mekong delta, twilight, approaching rain, close insects and frogs, distant singing, distant boats, passing motorbike

    • 5 min
    Jade Temple OK Cyclo

    Jade Temple OK Cyclo

    Jade Temple, Saigon/HCM City, exterior, cyclo driver, motorbikes, courtyard insects, children, water feature

    • 1 min
    Jade Temple Walk

    Jade Temple Walk

    Jade Temple, Saigon/HCM City, Vietnam. Bells. Prayers. Clock. Rainy season.

    • 2 min
    Stone Country

    Stone Country

    Stone Country : Karulkiyalu ngurra. Upper western NSW. Gundabooka is one stop of many that Baiame made when creating this country. In the old days the people would travel on foot along creek lines from place to place. Recording made in rock overhang, on the side of the creek bed/gorge. Light wind gusts blowing along the gorge. Headphone listening recommended.

    • 3 min

Customer Reviews

HyuBDoo ,

Takes me back

These are fantastic recordings. I'm not sure if they are extremely well edited together, or single takes, but they are truly magical. If you have ever been to Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia etc, these will take you back. Can we have some more please?

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