Congratulations to the NPR Team for producing its first narrative 360° video/audio story
We are glad to have been given the opportunity to contribute our training and technical expertise to this effort.
The Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program is offering a one-week integrated sound recording and analysis workshop for researchers and serious amateurs interested in wildlife sounds, 9 – 16 June 2018 at San Francisco State University’s Sierra Nevada Field Campus in the Tahoe National Forest near Calpine, CA. The workshop provides a solid foundation in bioacoustic principles, audio technology, field techniques, and analysis software and methods, for the beginner and experienced investigator alike.
January 25-26, 2018 NPR Workshop on Immersive & 360º Sound Production at NPR, Washington DC.
"Stand At The Edge Of Geologic Time" a collaboration with the NPR Visual team of Wes Lindamood and David Al-Ibrahim was a ONA finalist.
“Calling Thunder ... an aural bridge across four centuries." - NYT
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The Close Listening:Decoding Nature Through Sound series was selected as year's best science reporting by National Academy of Sciences