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SoundCloud Community Fellows | Here Be Monsters and DecodeDC | Andrea quits NPR
The 2012 SoundCloud Community Fellowship
concluded a few weeks ago, but we’d still love to share this great episode by Jeff Emtman, whose Fellowship project, Here Be Monsters is all about the unknown.
In light of this, he interviewed former NPR journalist Andrea Seabrook, also a SoundCloud Fellow, whose podcast
DecodeDC is dedicated to shaking up Washington and revealing the facts that are often hidden or “unknown” in public media. We’re honored that both were part of this program and got to be in touch afterward. Enjoy and leave a comment about what you think.
Random Tape is a 2012 SoundCloud Community Fellow. You’ll want to listen to the gems that get discovered
Reblogged 1 year ago from randomtape
SoundCloud Community Fellow Nadia Wilson meets a man who has been playing the violin underground in the NYC Subway for 30 years. Hear his story in this episode of
From Hear to There.
Pop Up Archive is a 2012 SoundCloud Community Fellow.
We are not musicians or producers. We don’t normally make sound. We started our project, Pop Up Archive , because we recognize that public media is moving onto the web and that new content is created with greater ease by more people than ever before. So, what we do is hunt media down, wrangle it, and keep it tame and orderly so that people like you — podcasters, radiophiles, musicians and producers — can find it, reuse it, and keep it vital.
Do you have raw audio that’s sitting in your external HD storage or collecting dust in boxes?
Can unused raw audio content be reused to inspire creativity? Pop Up Archive thinks so and wants to help.
Sound School is officially launched!! One of 15 Now all we need is you! SoundCloud Community Fellowship projects, we’re creating a home for educational content on sound.
Whether you are a musician, researcher, podcaster, performance poet or anyone who works with sound, your knowledge and experience is invaluable and we want to help you share it.
Simply share your
tips, advice and lessons through the Sound School drop box and new content will be posted every Monday. We will highlight and promote awesome submissions and link to your profiles on the web.
Over the coming months, the best submissions will be invited to contribute to Sound School Day. More details to come!
Questions? Don’t hesitate to get in touch: soundschool2012 (at) gmail (dot) com
What talent, passion, expertise do you want to share with the SoundCloud community? Send in your submission to the
Sound School, one of 15 of our SoundCloud Fellows.
Reblogged 2 years ago from soundschool
A violinist turns those door-closing ding dongs and waiting rumbles of the train into music. What notes and tunes do you hear on the platform? Click on the “Share Your Stories and Sounds” button and let me know!
Nadia Wilson’s project, From Hear to There, is “an audio ethnography” of the NYC subway. Follow her at
Reblogged 2 years ago from from-hear-to-there
Introducing our 2012 SoundCloud Community Fellows!
After receiving 184 stellar proposals, we’d love to introduce you to the final 15 SoundCloud Community Fellows. Listen and find out more about their unique sound projects
If you were considering to submit your sound creation project proposal and apply for the SoundCloud Fellowship,
now is the time.
We’re accepting proposals until Friday 27 before our amazing panel of judges will select the 10 Fellowship projects for 2012.
Final call to make your dream project a reality with the help of the Community team.