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60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
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60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
60 Seconds (Stuart Childs)
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  • hello // about me // interested in sound // going to talk about what i’ve been doing with sound recently, and the thoughts i’ve had because of this..\n
  • web is social // sound as a way of sharing experiences // short clips like photos // berlin holiday photos vs. sounds //\n
  • web is social // sound as a way of sharing experiences // short clips like photos // berlin holiday photos vs. sounds //\n
  • first thought when got audioboo // app iphone/android (android version been pullled // features // can also upload via web interface // used a bit then read interview with CEO Mark Rock - mother // easy way of recording audio and archiving it online // decent quality - 128kbps mp3 - not for audiophiles. // does it matter? uni says HQ, pros agree, for my needs mp3 is fine. convenience > high quality // best thing..... (leading to location)\n
  • first thought when got audioboo // app iphone/android (android version been pullled // features // can also upload via web interface // used a bit then read interview with CEO Mark Rock - mother // easy way of recording audio and archiving it online // decent quality - 128kbps mp3 - not for audiophiles. // does it matter? uni says HQ, pros agree, for my needs mp3 is fine. convenience > high quality // best thing..... (leading to location)\n
  • first thought when got audioboo // app iphone/android (android version been pullled // features // can also upload via web interface // used a bit then read interview with CEO Mark Rock - mother // easy way of recording audio and archiving it online // decent quality - 128kbps mp3 - not for audiophiles. // does it matter? uni says HQ, pros agree, for my needs mp3 is fine. convenience > high quality // best thing..... (leading to location)\n
  • uses built in GPS automatically // adds new value to clip // cameras starting to have GPS // map of pics on computer // I wanted to start a project - [leads to 60 seconds..]\n
  • uses built in GPS automatically // adds new value to clip // cameras starting to have GPS // map of pics on computer // I wanted to start a project - [leads to 60 seconds..]\n
  • 60 seconds gave me a format // i like sounds, wanted to document them // audioBoo made it quick + easy // had plans to document them on a map // then i found..\n
  • 60 seconds gave me a format // i like sounds, wanted to document them // audioBoo made it quick + easy // had plans to document them on a map // then i found..\n
  • 60 seconds gave me a format // i like sounds, wanted to document them // audioBoo made it quick + easy // had plans to document them on a map // then i found..\n
  • 60 seconds gave me a format // i like sounds, wanted to document them // audioBoo made it quick + easy // had plans to document them on a map // then i found..\n
  • 60 seconds gave me a format // i like sounds, wanted to document them // audioBoo made it quick + easy // had plans to document them on a map // then i found..\n
  • first trialled in sheffield in june - then went UK wide. // have seen anti-comments online, web is for whinging? // I thought it was cool - could add my own recordings to larger map // lets look at map...\n
  • first trialled in sheffield in june - then went UK wide. // have seen anti-comments online, web is for whinging? // I thought it was cool - could add my own recordings to larger map // lets look at map...\n
  • first trialled in sheffield in june - then went UK wide. // have seen anti-comments online, web is for whinging? // I thought it was cool - could add my own recordings to larger map // lets look at map...\n
  • first trialled in sheffield in june - then went UK wide. // have seen anti-comments online, web is for whinging? // I thought it was cool - could add my own recordings to larger map // lets look at map...\n
  • red dots - individual ‘boos’ // I have been speaking to Ian Rawes Editor of the uksm, from the British Library about the project, he gave me some stats.. good talks / graphs [[ADD MORE MAPS, ZOOM INS TO THIS]]\n
  • red dots - individual ‘boos’ // I have been speaking to Ian Rawes Editor of the uksm, from the British Library about the project, he gave me some stats.. good talks / graphs [[ADD MORE MAPS, ZOOM INS TO THIS]]\n
  • red dots - individual ‘boos’ // I have been speaking to Ian Rawes Editor of the uksm, from the British Library about the project, he gave me some stats.. good talks / graphs [[ADD MORE MAPS, ZOOM INS TO THIS]]\n
  • red dots - individual ‘boos’ // I have been speaking to Ian Rawes Editor of the uksm, from the British Library about the project, he gave me some stats.. good talks / graphs [[ADD MORE MAPS, ZOOM INS TO THIS]]\n
  • red dots - individual ‘boos’ // I have been speaking to Ian Rawes Editor of the uksm, from the British Library about the project, he gave me some stats.. good talks / graphs [[ADD MORE MAPS, ZOOM INS TO THIS]]\n
  • interesting that mostly from mobile devices // not specialist equipment //accessible to more // does mean quality is varied //mention specialist bat recorder\n
  • interesting that mostly from mobile devices // not specialist equipment //accessible to more // does mean quality is varied //mention specialist bat recorder\n
  • mostly urban = reflection that most people that own smartphones live in cities? // spend less time in the countryside? // does this mean the soundmap is biased / skewed? // data is interesting, also how it is processed - by hand ...\n
  • mostly urban = reflection that most people that own smartphones live in cities? // spend less time in the countryside? // does this mean the soundmap is biased / skewed? // data is interesting, also how it is processed - by hand ...\n
  • can’t automatically process sound as well as text // can’t scrape content from uploaded sound as easily as you can from text [even if you use a CD] // example, upload an audio blog, or audio comment it won’t be as easily indexed in search engine of choice // google doesn’t have ‘sound search’ technology yet. so, why upload sound...\n
  • can’t automatically process sound as well as text // can’t scrape content from uploaded sound as easily as you can from text [even if you use a CD] // example, upload an audio blog, or audio comment it won’t be as easily indexed in search engine of choice // google doesn’t have ‘sound search’ technology yet. so, why upload sound...\n
  • can’t automatically process sound as well as text // can’t scrape content from uploaded sound as easily as you can from text [even if you use a CD] // example, upload an audio blog, or audio comment it won’t be as easily indexed in search engine of choice // google doesn’t have ‘sound search’ technology yet. so, why upload sound...\n
  • to refer back to mark rock - memory. we like remembering things, audio is different to picture // back to SHARING EXPERIENCE, // also RECORDING PLACES: archive / historical purpose - imagine what leeds sounded like 10,20,50 years ago // also allows for quick reporting - easier to speak and press upload than frantically type on your smartphone [though sometimes risky? mention trouble I had] // browse audioBoo and you’ll find all sorts - personalities not just sound.// finally, want to talk about potential for surveys...\n
  • idea i had with my friend oli wood / @coldclimate // worked on a script that makes a computer automatically record 60s of audio at a determined time interval // then automatically emails it, along with description and tags to audioBoo // we now want to find somewhere interesting with power + web access to put it // there are examples of people using iPhones as dedicated GPS trackers in their projects - possible to write some basic script for an automatic boo-ing phone // could compare difference in audio over time periods, visually // could also compare sound content - is possible to analyse frequency content, amplitude, etc fairly easily + get numbers // example - edge of city over a year or number of years, border between urban/natural environments. quite exciting, if you know of a place you’d like an automatic boo bot grab me afterwards.\n
  • that’s it, thanks etc\n
  • that’s it, thanks etc\n
  • Transcript

    • 1. 60 SECONDS sharing sound
    • 2. SHARING EXPERIENCE I heard this
    • 3. image: property of AudioBoo Ltd (I am not affiliated)
    • 4. image:screenshot: audioBoo Ltd property of AudioBoo (I am not affiliated)
    • 5. RECORDING PLACES this sound was here
    • 6. 60 SECONDS PROJECT• tool: audioBoo• format: 60 seconds length• aim: document interesting sounds• recordings to date: ~65
    • 7. THE UK SOUND MAP• led by British Library and Noise Futures Network• ‘anyone’ can contribute [~260 so far]• over 1,000 contributions since launch in July 2010
    • 8. uploads to UKSM 18% 82%mobile phones other devices
    • 9. location of recordings added to UKSM 27% 6% 11% 4% 52%seaside rural inland rural seaside town village/suburban urban
    • 10. image from flickr user: http://www.flickr.com/photos/neven/SCRAPE THIS
    • 11. WHY?
    • 12. AUTOMATIC BOO BOT
    • 13. STUARTCHILDS.COM audioboo.fm/sc_r twitter: @sc_r

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