How To Get Involved

The Workshops

There is a series of 4 workshops being delivered on Thursday 31st March in the Central Library Performance Space from 1pm. This opportunity will see an open-environment, sonic playground of digital audio workstations and sample triggering devices ready to let attendees create their own sound poems from the sounds collected. For more information and to book your place to mix-up, alter and re-form the sonic characteristics of Manchester’s hidden sounds, just push the button:

Workshops!

The Info-Point

To find out more, visit The Corridor info-point in Manchester Central Library, on the lower link near the Children’s Library.
Open 9am – 5pm on Thursday 31 March – Saturday 2 April.
You can also meet the creators behind The Corridor on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 April at the info-point between 10am and 5pm.

The Sound Poems

The Sound Poems are available online to listen to wherever you are, but there’s also a map showing where the sounds were discovered and captured. Find out more about the sound poems with a quick prod of this button:

Sound Poems!

Past Opportunities

The Recordings

Andy will be going out recording for the next 3 Mondays in March (7th, 14th & 21st). The recording group will be meeting outside the main entrance to the Central Library at 10am.

If you would like more information or to confirm your attendance please contact Andy on:
email – andrew.hodson@bluesci.org.uk
text – 07557 797982