a common space & database for harmonic overtones
There are places with special energies, often anciently used as cult places or for healing. Accupunctural points of our planet. Some of these places have rooms with a very special sound or resonance tones, inviting to celebrate and go in resonance.
Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2018
I found this very interesting conference…Continue
Started by Max Brumberg. Last reply by Max Brumberg Dec 6, 2013.
does somebody have an idea about interesting places to make sound/music in Kreta ..like old chapels churches rooms and empty water-reservoirs?Continue
Tags: overtones, places, sound, crete, kriti
Started by Max Brumberg. Last reply by Max Brumberg Sep 5, 2013.
Started by Ellen Berg Jul 3, 2011.
Under this headline I should like to collect links and descriptions of spots which offer a speciel experience of life acoustics in the Nordic countries - Iceland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark,…Continue
Started by Skye Løfvander. Last reply by Skye Løfvander May 31, 2011.
Here is a list of places recommended by…Continue
Tags: places, power, kraft, plätze
Started by Jens Mügge May 17, 2010.
Thank you Skye, for all your good work!
Venues on Iceland, British Isles, Denmark, Germany and Iran have been added to the map after my attention was led to this wonderful article:
thanks for all your comments on the comment wall of this group. There is another Gasometer in Augsburg ....
Christian Bollmann writes to this video: "Nach seinem Konzert im Zeughaus Augsburg am 13.10.2010 führten Andreas Franz und Phillip Steigenberger Christian Bollmann zum Soundcheck in den Gasometer Augsburg. Vielen Dank für dieses fantastische Klangraumerlebnis."
Wikipedia: "The Gasometer Oberhausen is a former gas holder in Oberhausen, Germany, which has been converted into an exhibition space. It has hosted several large scale exhibitions, including two by Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The Gasometer is an industrial landmark, and an anchor point of the European Route of Industrial Heritage and the Industrial Heritage Trail. It was built in the 1920s, but largely reconstructed after World War II."
Now we've heard it all: Acoustic scientists shatter the world record for longest ever echo
Deep inside a complex of secret tunnels in the Highlands stirs a sound which will reverberate through the ages. The world record for the longest echo ever discovered has been shattered by a hidden network of oil storage tanks in Rossshire.
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nice sound-ideas to stonehenge!
i was fscinated when i heard the recording first time. the melody was very much inspired by the place.. it is below the old holy church of sepulchre in the middle of jerusalem... i never played this melody before and never did so again since then.. it felt like i was somehow chaneling it...
a recording i made last year in the st. helens cistern below the church of sepulcher in jerusalem... amazing acoustic there, a very old ancient and beautiful spot! a must visit for overtone-singers!
THE TANK is an acoustical marvel, a senses-altering experience found nowhere else on earth. A 60' tall, 30' across rusted steel water tank - never used - was discovered in Colorado by sound artist and sonic thinker Bruce Odland in 1976. A small group of musicians has been recording there ever since.
THE TANK is a sonic wonder of the world, with a shifting, swirling reverberation longer and richer than the Taj Majal or the Great Pyramid. Sitting unnoticed in the dirt hills outside Rangely, Colorado — surrounded by oil pumps and dirt bike trails — the profound acoustic beauty within is balanced by the austerity of its remote location and its simple industrial architecture.
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