SOUND ART NEWS!

singing telegram

another tool for communication

is a w: education

NO ACADEMIC PROGRAM IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A
SOUND CLASS TO MASTER MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
THROUGH SKILLFUL LISTENING. MUSIC CAN THEN
BE TREATED AS A SPECIALIZED FIELD OF STUDY
THAT ENHANCES CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING
AND PROVIDES NUMEROUS OPPORTUNITIES FOR
OMNI-DISIPLINARY ENGAGEMENT: RESONANCE!

SUBTROPICS POSTERS LINK SPONSORS AND YOUNG DESIGNERS

Subtropics 20 logo design by iSAW's CDPY students

ST 20 design by students in iSAW's Creative Design Program for Youth

Miami, FL – November 27, 2008 – Now and through March 29, 2009,
the original design work of talented senior high school students will be
displayed at store fronts, restaurants and hotel lobbies in Miami Beach
and across the county in an effort to reach audiences for the 20th biennial
Subtropics Experimental Festival of Music and Sound Art.

CLICK HERE FOR A FULL PRESS RELEASE

THE SOLAR SYSTEM a video

still from The Solar System video

still from The Solar System video

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(audio clip excerpt from The Solar System: It’s Origin and Structure)

Budget cuts in education have had a negative impact in the ability of our public school systems to provide content tools for teachers and their students. To help with this, iSAW has been partnering with artists to develop educational videos that meet curriculum standards and is now seeking a partnership with local businesses and private individuals to help sponsor distribution of these materials at no cost to the schools. One example is The Solar System: Its Origin and Structure, in partnership with South Florida composer and educator Peter Lampasona. Public school’s science departments from Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties have examined and hailed this video and communicated their interest to place a total of 500 copies.

If you as an individual, or your company is interested in partnering with iSAW in this important project, please write us an email to info(at)isaw(dot)info or feel free to give us a call at 305 981 0600.

SOUND MICROSCOPE a sound tool for teaching

Screen Shot, Sound Microscope, by Jason Freeman and Mark Godfrey

click on the image above to try out the Sound Microscope or find the link under EDUCATION in the left sidebar

HYDROPHONES available through iSAW

MicroListening HYDROPHONE by David Dunn

MicroListening HYDROPHONE by David Dunn

This MicroListening Hydrophone is a handmade piezoelectric transducer-based hydrophone designed and built by composer David Dunn. Coupled with Dunn’s sensitive ultrasonic preamp, this hydrophone will meet the needs of audio professionals from

marine science labs to Holywood sound studios to soundscape artist tool kits all across the globe. It comes with an rca connector and 20 feet of cable and is available on-line exclusively through isaw’s sound supplies shop

click the hydrophone image to get yours today!

To listen to a recent isaw(gm) recording of marine life made in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, using this hydrophone routed through David Dunn’s microlistening preamp:

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To listen to an NPR story about other David Dunn ultrasonic microphone designs on All Things Considered: CLICK HERE!

Fluxus Day T-Shirt

Fluxus Day T-Shirt

FLUXUS DAY T-SHIRTS

Available in medium, large and extra-large sizes as part of isaw’s on-line fund raiser, these t-shirts were designed and printed in celebration of the first FLUXUS DAY, Miami as part of Subtropics XIX Experimental Festival of Music and the Sound Arts. And as you can see, these liberating FLUXUS DAY shirts are also perfect ware for those marine life recording sessions along Florida’s shoreline.

support isaw: click the image to get yours immediately!