Producer, Hamish Sewell, is taking us on the circuitous route of the up-and-coming Miles Soundtrail: from the main street to the railways station, around the backstreets and down to Dogwood Creek.
Here we have both the roughly hewn map and the trail taking shape on the back-end of the Soundtrails platform.
Notice the different shapes of the sound fields, and the colouring on the right hand side that spells out whether a sound field is visible (blue) or invisible (grey or black), or whether it plays once or loops.
It will blend local voices in around local landmarks, Leichhart’s 1840 diary entries, and the inimitable voice of Merlene Coates Freeman as she recounts both her love of the town and tragic drowning incident not far from here that took the life of her mother. The Miles Soundtrail will be out in the first quarter of 2022. Stay tuned.
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