III Hydrophones Workshop
Underwater recording, soundscape and acoustic ecology in the seashore.
L’Estartit. Costa Brava, Girona Spain
June 28th-30th 2013
Making underwater microphones and working creatively with sounds. Sound ecology and
environmental acoustic protection. A unique opportunity of art & biology learning in a marine natural
reserve: Medes Islands, Girona Spain.
Hydrophones is a workshop for musicians, sound artists & young students of sound production. Also
visual and audiovisual artists interested in the sound.
Teachers are sound artists, musicians and biologists.
Registration fees € 120 Two scholarships, one for music students up to 25 years and another for artists and
musicians. Interested send application and biography to firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation 2 nights in apartment 60 € (meals not included)
More information email@example.com www.naucoclea.net
Friday June 28
– The world of underwater sounds.
– Making hydrophones, underwater microphones
– Michel André. The project Listen to the Ocean. Conference
– Night recordings at the beach and underwater
Saturday June 29
– Recordings. Boat trip to capture underwater sounds
– Working with the sounds obtained
– Evening concert by Orquestra del Caos
– Night recording in the marshes
Sunday June 30
– Improvisations with sounds
– Conclusions of the workshop
– Rehearsals and final concert
Josep Manuel Berenguer (Spain)
Sound artist. Director of Chaos Orchestra and Festival Director Música13
Carlos Gómez (Colombia)
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/carlos-g% C3% B3mez-caballero/45/b49/632
Composer and sound engineer documentary filmmaker. Professor of sound art multimedia systems in
Barcelona. Project Manager of the Orchestra of Chaos.
Xavi Lloses (Spain)
Sound artist, visual and audiovisual artist and professor at the School of Music of Torroella de Montgrí.
Michel André (France)
MS in Biotechnology. Professor at the UPC Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Director of the
Laboratory of Applied Bioacoustics (LAB). Researcher on the development of acoustic technologies for
controlling noise pollution in the marine environment.