Audiograph

Credit Poster designed by Rich Black

What's the sound of where you live?

Audiograph, a crowd-sourced collaborative radio project hosted by reporter Julie Caine, will take you on a tour of the Bay Area, mapping the sonic signature of each of its nine counties. 

For more, visit Audiograph website or follow Audiograph on Twitter and Facebook.

Or drop us a line at listen@audiographradio.org.

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10:30am

Mon March 11, 2013
Arts & Culture

Can you guess the Audiograph sound this week? March 10, 2013

Poster designed by Rich Black

This is Audiograph--the Bay Area’s sonic signature. 

Each week, we’ll play you a sound recorded somewhere in the Bay Area. Your job? Listen to the sound (in the player above), figure out where it was recorded, and what exactly it is, then call us to let us know.

If you think you can identify this Audiograph sound of the week, call 415-264-7106. Also, tell us where to record next. We’ll give away a KALW t-shirt every week to one lucky caller. 

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5:30pm

Thu March 7, 2013
Arts & Culture

Audiograph's Sound of the Week: Sonoma County Pruning Competition

Rosie Chavez times contestants in a pruning competition in Sonoma County

9:07am

Sat March 2, 2013
Arts & Culture

Can you guess the Audiograph sound this week? March 5, 2013

Poster designed by Rich Black

This is Audiograph--the Bay Area’s sonic signature. 

Each week, we’ll play you a sound recorded somewhere in the Bay Area. Your job? Listen to the sound (in the player above), figure out where it was recorded, and what exactly it is, then call us to let us know.

If you think you can identify this Audiograph sound of the week, call 415-264-7106. Also, tell us where to record next. We’ll give away a KALW t-shirt every week to one lucky caller. 

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5:30pm

Thu February 28, 2013
Arts & Culture

Audiograph's Sound of the Week: Alameda Ferry

Flickr user CaDeltaFoto

4:25pm

Mon February 25, 2013
Arts & Culture

Audiograph: A piano burns in Half Moon Bay

The crowd gathers to listen to the last notes
photo by Julie Caine

All month long at sundown people have been coming to the bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Half Moon Bay to play and listen to a baby grand piano. Originally, it belonged to Elida Oetell. When her house was foreclosed, she had to leave the piano behind. The new owner, Christina Conklin, tried to get it tuned for her kids to play, but it was beyond repair. So she called Mauro Di Nucci. He calls himself Mauro Ffortissimo. He’s an artist, sculptor and musician, and he likes to make things out of pianos.

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