Carlo Giordani

I began my field recording activity in 1981, armed with a Superscope cassette recorder and two Sony mics: I recorded natural and industrial sounds and human voices. Unluckily most of that material has gone lost.

I started back again three years ago, with a mini-disc recorder and some cheap electret and piezoelectric mics; and with my Mac and some software piece I elaborate the recordings and force them into "compositions"

I look to extract from everyday life, unexpected and quaint sounds, to produce emotions from the construction of a sonorous landscape that is behind the everyday hidden sounds which we are conditioned to ignore.

Volcano Engine

Processed fieldrecordings made using fire and other noises

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Ice Fire

Processed fieldrecordings made using fire and other noises

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The Temple Of Fire

Processed fieldrecordings made using fire and other noises

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Carlo Giordani is an electronic engineer working in the field of the Information and Communications Technology. I'm the head of a Division of a software house based in Bergamo (Italy). My task is to coordinate the work of Project Managers and to provide consultancy (databases tuning and sizing, local and geographical network design, software development methodologies).

Before this, I was geophysicist, developing signal processing software and electromagnetic field-handling algorithms, and was a designer of industrial software.

Besides my technical training, I have been interested in photography and sound since 1980. I look to extract from everyday life, unexpected and quaint sounds, to produce emotions from the construction of a sonorous landscape that is behind the everyday hidden sounds which we are conditioned to ignore.


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