Sonic Entanglements Podcast examines the history of sound in Southeast Asia, through conversations with sound experts: historians, archivists, sound engineers, artists, and scholars.
Sonic Entanglements Podcast is hosted and produced by meLê yamomo. Thijs van den Geest is our sound engineer and sound editor, and Jean Barcena is our publicity manager. Our theme music is created by Markus Hoogervorst. This podcast is funded by the Dutch Research Organization.
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07 Nadja Wallaszkowits (Part 1) | Vienna Phonogram Archive: The Role of Scientific Sound Archive in Academic Research – Sonic Entanglements Podcast
- 07 Nadja Wallaszkowits (Part 1) | Vienna Phonogram Archive: The Role of Scientific Sound Archive in Academic Research
- 08 Nadja Wallaszkowits (Part 2) | How did sound recording and archiving shape the way we listen?
- 06 Harry van Biessum | Uncovering Dutch Colonial Media at the Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision
- 05 Gerda Lechtleitner | Listening to the History of the World's First Sound Archive
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