Sounds of the Past and the Future 23 Nov 2009

Today sees the launch of the Podcast we have been working on in the support of the I Hear Too project. As we have been investigating the role that sound has in heritage we thought 21st century audio media would be the best way to capture and disseminate our work.

The podcast has been announced on EPSRC's news website:

The video version is available here.

And you can subscribe to it on iTunes by searching for the EPSRC Pioneer Podcast.

It features interviews with Damian Murphy (I Hear Too), Louise K Wilson (Artist), Richard Ranft (British Library Sound Archive), Rupert Till (University of Huddersfield), Seb Jouan (Arup Acoustics), Joe Savage (National Railway Museum, York), Sarah May (English Heritage).

With sincere thanks to Jane Reck of the EPSRC Press Office for all her hard work in pulling this together.


About I Hear Too

How can audio and acoustics research be employed in the interpretation, understanding and representation of heritage materials and artifacts?

How might such audio materials be better preserved for future generations of researchers and heritage visitors?

The I-Hear-Too research cluster will attempt to answer these questions...

more about I-Hear-Too

I Hear Too is supported by: