Soundscape loud quietness
For the resistance soundscape I stood by the topic of insomnia and decided to record the "quiet" spaces in my house like kitchen, bathroom when the washing machine is on, my flatmate singing at night, fridge wooshing etc.
And then - simple enough, I decided to make then QUIET. I pinpointed the places where NON-hiss was (in a way, like my flatmate's voice) and played with it. Later I combined all the non-hiss to create a soundscape.
Here you can find it:
big deep slimy dark-blue becoming white smells like chlorine moving slowly heavy
While visualising, I felt that the soundscape for me had strong connection to being underwater and hearing this high pitch sound on the background from things moving (and mostly pressure, i guess).
--> fun facts: Sound waves actually travel five times faster in water than in air. Underwater those sound waves don't vibrate the ossicles bones in your inner ear. They go straight to the skull bones, vibrating that heavy bone you can touch just behind your ear. Because of that, you can hear higher frequencies underwater.<---
It also went well with how insomnia feels, so I chose a clip i made in Berlin Zoo of jelly fish, timed it and played with it!
Here is the video!