As I discover new works, I try to get as much information as possible to write a blog post about it. Unfortunately, sometimes, I cannot get all information. I could leave those works alone and fade away in the endless ocean of data, or I can create a database of works. At least, you will be able to listen to the works yourself and maybe you can get some inspiration.
So here is a database, currently containing 105 works but I will keep on updating. I will also write normal blog posts about one work at a time. The database contains artworks but also software. I decided to keep them in one database as the frontier between artwork and software is a bit grey.
Update: I have today (06/06/2017) 138 works in the database and I continue adding steadily. If you have any suggestions, please send me a message, or put it in the comments and I will add it to the database.
The database is hosted on Google Docs and you can download the file here.
6 Replies to “A database of sonification works”
Here are a few of mine:
The Poseidon Ensemble
Thank you for sharing this! I added them to the database and will write a blogpost about them. I love the stylistic difference between the two works.
Hi there! Thanks for your blog – really interesting read. Thought I’d also suggest a project I worked on, in case you’re interested.
It’s a free app and live choir performance:
What an amazing work. I added it to the database, I am writing up a blogpost. Your website is really detailed so it explains everything. I will send you a draft of the post so you can have a look at it before I publish it. Thanks again for showing this work!
So many great projects here! Here’s mine: The Conditional Orchestra – a web app that converts current waether data into music. https://theconditionalorchestra.com/
Hope you enjoy it
This is really cool! I will add it to the database. Thank you for sharing