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Jane Community Fellows: Road to the Royal Mile, Here Be Monsters, Pop Up Archive, The Appreciation Engine, Detroit Mobile Audio Tour

After announcing this year’s final 15 SoundCloud Community Fellows last week, we’ve introduced their first project tracks this week. We’re excited to be welcoming such brilliant folks whose projects showcase the breadth and uniqueness of sound.

The last five of the 15 Fellows to introduce today will dive into the largest arts and culture festival in the world, audio archiving, the sound of appreciation, facing our demons, and a mobile tour of Detroit, MI!

Road to the Royal Mile

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the largest performing arts festival in the world. Who to cover it than Hayden Cohen, a performance artist who will share stories from performers, attendees along the Royal Mile.

Follow along at:
http://www.haydencohen.co.uk/
Twitter: @Haydencohen
Facebook: http://facebook.com/haydencohen

Here Be Monsters

“The Podcast About the Unknown.” Jeff Emtman explores the uncharted territories of the mind to confront the unknown. His first episode “Prisoner’s Cinema” is the phenomena of when an individual spends large amounts of time in the dark. What are the images the mind creates in this phenomena?

Follow along at:
http://radio.jeffemtman.com/
Facebook: facebook.com/HereBeMonstersRadio 

Pop Up Archive

Anne Wootton and Bailey Smith want to help independent producers preserve and archive the audio content still left in shoeboxes to dusty drives.

Follow along at:
popuparchive.org
Twitter: @popuparchive

The Appreciation Engine

Who doesn’t appreciate a message of appreciation? Stephanie Dub’s project will help all of us record and share our messages of appreciation to others easily.

Follow along at:
theappreciationengine.org
Twitter: @Stephdub

Detroit Mobile Audio Tour


Laura Herberg is collaborating with local tour organizations to create an audio guide of Detroit attractions accessible using a phone! Take her poll to decide which 5 Detroit sites should be part of the Audio Tour. Her project may inspire you to do the same in your city!

Follow along at:
http://detroitmobileaudiotour.wordpress.com/
Twitter: @DetAudioTour
@HerIcebergRadio

Check back here for all the first introductions from the Fellows. From now until the end of the October, we’ll be sharing all their project updates. Fellows will also be reporting back their own personal experiences of this journey. We hope you join them in unmuting the web!

Jane Community Fellows: DecodeDC, Sound School, Guidebooks

After announcing this year’s final 15 SoundCloud Community Fellows last week, we’re introducing their first project tracks this week.  We’re excited to be welcoming such brilliant folks whose projects showcase the breadth and uniqueness of sound.

We have the final group of Fellows to introduce tomorrow. Today, welcome three projects that facilitate critical thinking, learning and creativity in collaborations.

DecodeDC

“It’s time to stop colluding with government,” says Andrea Seabrook, former NPR Congressional Correspondent. Andrea shared with Politico why she left the experience of covering Capitol Hill. Read the piece here and listen to a great intro of the first episode of DecodeDC “The House of (Mis)representatives.”

Follow along at:
http://www.decodedc.com/
Twitter: @DecodeDC
@RadioBabe
Facebook: http://facebook.com/decodedc

Sound School

Laura Haapio-Kirk wants to source any and every lesson on sound submitted by a variety of folks, from the community to researchers and educational institutions. Share your experiences, tips and talents.

Follow along at:
Tumblr: http://soundschool.tumblr.com
Twitter: @SoundSchool2012
@LauraLHK

Guidebooks

A UK-Germany connected band will take sounds submitted by the SoundCloud community to create a story together, where it will feel “like being in a band with everyone.” The final tracks will compose of their 4th full-length album “From Where I’m Standing.”

Start dropping your original sounds and recordings with them here.

Follow along at:
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/guidebooksband
Twitter: @Guidebooksband

We’ve got the final set of fantastic folks to introduce tomorrow. If you missed the last introductions, check back here. From now until the end of the October, we’ll be sharing all their project updates. Fellows will also be reporting back their own personal experiences of this journey. We hope you join them in unmuting the web!

Jane Community Fellows: Life Advice Radio, NightBus Radio, Random Tape, Working Now

After announcing this year’s final 15 SoundCloud Community Fellows last week, we’re introducing their first project tracks this week. We’re excited to be welcoming such brilliant folks whose projects showcase the breadth and uniqueness of sound.

Yesterday, we introduced three NYC-based Fellows. Today, let’s swing over to the West Coast and introduce four fellows from Los Angeles. Featured in Media Bistro’s FishbowlLA feature yesterday, their projects will make you laugh, smile, tap your foot to the beat, and ponder the meaning of work.

Life Advice Radio

Life is beautiful with lots of amusing, introspective moments in between. Jake de Grazia is exploring life’s more amusing problems through sound advice. You’ll want to tune in.

Follow along at:
http://tropmag.com/tag/life-advice-radio/
Twitter:  @jdegrazia
Tumblr: lifeadviceradio.tumblr.com


NightBus Radio

Live vicariously through Jack Kennedy who will be traveling by Greyhound bus all over the US, performing with locals and capturing bits of their music, culture and community.

Follow along at:
Twitter: @jfk_nightbus
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/KennedyKarate

Random Tape

In every audio you hear, there will be random, intriguing bits, uncoded moments that David Weinberg hopes to share through found sounds and community contributions.

Follow along at:
http://randomtape.com/
Twitter: @radioweinberg

Working Now

Transom Story Workshop alums will share stories of the working lives of people to commemorate oral historian and radio producer Studs Terkel’s 40th Anniversary book Working. As he wrote, “a search for daily meaning as well as daily bread, for recognition as well as cash, for astonishment rather than torpor; in short, for a sort of life rather than a Monday though Friday sort of dying.”

Follow along at:
Twitter: @WorkingRadio

We’ve got 8 more fantastic folks to introduce in the next few days. From now until the end of the October, we’ll be sharing all their project updates. Fellows will also be reporting back their own personal experiences of this journey. We hope you join them in unmuting the web!