The Arts and Culture team of the Ethno Research project needs your help!
We’re building an online sound map that showcases as many different Ethno experiences as possible, through sound recordings. If you have a recording of a tune you learned, a performance you were a part of, or a conversation you had at an Ethno about music and life, then we’d love to hear from you! Recordings can be in the form of an audio track, a video, or even a simple voice memo.
What is a sound map? Well for starters, it’s a visual map that will put a pin in the location where you made your recording. But it will also include the recording itself, along with a little story about why this recording matters to you, and any pictures you might have of your Ethno experience.
*Check out the Belfast Sound Map for an interesting example.
Our sound map documents Ethno sounds from a global perspective — where you had this experience, where the music you encountered is from, and the different countries of the people involved, all accompanied by the amazing sounds you heard while you were at an Ethno camp. Have more than one recording from more than one Ethno? Even better. We’ll happily listen to all the recordings you’ve got!
Find full details and contact information on the Ethno Sound Map submission form at the link: https://forms.gle/Np6hjDTSc4ux7UWz6