Slow Radio Podcast : Life in the Slow Lane... shift down gears and treat your ears to drifting soundscapes that take you to another world; relaxing interviews with challenging soundart. Slow Radio is produced by David Clarke --> HEADPHONES ON! -- @IAmTheHow Buy original sound & vision pieces at Slow Radio Slow Print Shop https://www.iamthehow.com/store/
Slow Radio : Io Surface Detail : Part III
Part III : An invitation to walk in the foothills of Mongibello Mons, a mountain some 23,000 feet high on the surface of Io. Field recordings from the Pecos Mountains, mixed with thunder, piano and flute take us on an imaginary journey through this alien landscape. Original print and high quality MP3 download available at www.iamthehow.com/store ---> HEADPHONES ON! ---
Slow Radio : Volcanic Activity on Io : Part II
Part II : Simple piano chords... a flute ... the lazy rocking of a ferry in Shetland and a recent storm, create a soundscape that allows us to witness the most volcanically active body in our solar system: Io. Original print and high quality MP3 download available at www.iamthehow.com/store ---> HEADPHONES ON! ---
The making of The Moons of the Solar System
An acoustic journey through our solar system as we visit ‘other moons’. The sounds of distant chains saws, wind turbines, elastic bands and springs are mixed and treated to convey a sense of wonder as we journey to Enceladus and Io.
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Not long ago the planets and their moons within our Solar System were thought to be void of activity, but now we know there is active geology and climate throughout. The ice bright Enceladus, a moon of Saturn, would sit in the North Sea; a small moon with a big story waiting to be told: thick ice with massive crevasses ‘The Tiger Stripes’ through which the waters of the hidden ocean erupt into the geysers that reach into space. And then there’s Io, one of the four Galilean satellites that orbits the gas giant Jupiter; it is about the same size as the Earth’s Moon, but it’s subject to intense gravitational warping, which most likely explains the high level of volcanic activity.
Slow Radio : Io with Jupiter : Part I
Part I : Jupiter's overwhelming mass, with its tempestuous vortices of gas clouds and violent storms creates a chaotic whirlwind of radio interference as we calmly approach Io. Original print and high quality MP3 download available at www.iamthehow.com/store ---> HEADPHONES ON! ---
Slow Radio : Enceladus Surface Detail : Part III
Part III : A lull in the violent activity of the geysers leaves us in a period of calm as we approach the surface of Enceladus. Original print and high quality MP3 download available to buy at www.iamthehow.com/store ---> HEADPHONES ON!
Slow Radio : The Geysers of Enceladus : Part II
Part II : This soundscape captures the regular throbbing beats as the pressure builds prior to each violent eruption, which spews vast water geysers deep into space from the sub-glacial ocean of Enceladus. Original print and high quality download available to buy at www.iamthehow.com/store ---> HEADPHONES ON! ---