Our iPhone app is now out in the Apple App Store. You can use it to capture and share sounds that are special to you. Download here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/aroundsound/id1438746357?mt=8
Author Archives: Rachel Evatt
Bedtime stories from Grandad
This week something really special happened. Every night, at bedtime, I have played my daughters a bedtime story sound recording from Grandad Evatt, who lives 200 miles away. Each night, they listened to the story in bed, with the lights turned off, and drifted off to sleep whilst listening to the sound of his familiarContinue reading “Bedtime stories from Grandad”
The Aroundsound app is now on Google Play
We are pleased to share the news that the Aroundsound app is now available on Google Play, as an Early Access app.
First words – recorded
Capturing the memory of a baby’s first words is priceless.
Recording children singing
Audio is often a better way to capture children at their most delightful, natural and spontaneous.
Echo is an important, albeit subtle, aspect of sound recordings, providing some indication of the size and type of physical space. Last week I was lucky enough to visit the anechoic chamber at Salford University, where echo is deliberately almost entirely absent, due to the absorbing nature of the chamber walls. It’s amazing how muchContinue reading “No echo”
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