Join us for a site-specific walk where you’ll learn to make field recordings and use vinyl records to create new soundscapes with Loop Sessions Toronto. We will explore the local outdoor environment at The Bentway, learning about various field recording techniques followed by an indoor vinyl record sampling demo, where we will then join the two together to create a sonic collage inspired by the urban environment. Examining themes of conservation, architecture, and recycling, participants will have the ability to experiment and learn about unique sound creation.
Workshops are free to attend; visitors are welcome to register for one or all sessions.
What you need to know:
- No experience necessary.
- Participants are welcome to bring a vinyl record (optional).
- Universal and All Gender Washrooms at the meeting point.
- All gender and accessible washrooms available during 1 – 8:30pm on weekdays, and 10am – 8:30pm on weekends. The washrooms will be closed on Mondays, with the exception of holidays.
- Co-Presenters & Other Partners:
- OCAD U Sustainable Futures Faculty Fellowship
- Loop Sessions
- Toronto Field Naturalists