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June 26, 2010

Nature Sounds Society 2010 Workshop

by Greg WeddigJack, Jesikah, Alan listeningJack, Jesikah, Alan in Sierra Valley - photo by Dan Dugan

This year was a bountiful one at the San Francisco State University Sierra Nevada Field Campus. In addition to the wonderful location there were many recordists with diverse interests ready to record or try recording for the first time. A documentary film about the Soundtracker, Gordon Hempton, was presented by its filmmaker Nick Sherman, keep your eye out for it on the festival circuit. The film was an excellent portrait of one of the foremost nature recordists in the world.

Also John Muir Laws was in attendance providing a much welcome background and context about the natural world (which I sorely need).  John is the author of the definitive Field Guide(s) to the Sierras. John introduced us to drawing techniques and suggested we look behind the names and explore the systems that work together to create the ecosystems that we live in.

All in all it was a wonderful weekend, many old friends and new were made and remade. Some other links from the weekend are below. For now enjoy a clip from Carman Valley:

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Some photos I took:http://www.flickr.com/photos/gweddig/sets/72157624270428383/

Other recordings:

Rudy Trubitt: Link #1

Nathan Moody: Link #2

and: Link #3

Creative Commons LicenseThese Carman Valley recordings by GT Weddig are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.


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