CLIP is excited to premiere our brand new audio installation at Roman River Festival on Sat 25th September.
Throughout early 2020 CLIP worked with pupils from The Gilberd School, Philip Morant School and Colchester Sixth Form to introduce them to field recording and sampling, and compose soundscapes in response to the question “What does your future sound like?”.
These soundscapes will now be installed in Colchester’s Natural History Museum as part of the Roman River Music Festival on Saturday 25th September. As well as the audio exhibit there will also be interactive activities to try out too, so you can make a soundscape of your own.
Entry is free and no booking is required. Find out more about the festival on the Roman River Music website here.
Want to take part?
On Monday 20th September we’re inviting young musicians to help us put the finishing touches to our installation with a workshop at Firstsite, 5.30 – 7.30pm.
Get the chance to learn about multi-channel audio installations, and experiment with making your own field recordings to create your own soundscape.
The workshop is completely free, with no equipment, experience or pre-booking required. Suitable for ages 12-25.