Posts tagged with “Audio” (All posts)
- November 14, 2006 at 12:00 am
The KRLX Record Library is a small place with a big heart. Nestled in the basement of Sayles Hill, it occupies roughly the same amount of space as an Evans quint, and serves as home for thousands of (often promotional) LPs and CDs that the station has accrued over the years.
- November 9, 2006 at 3:00 pm
Didn't get flowers in your mailbox this Friday? What would finding a wilted carnation mean, anyway? In "Something Borrowed, Something Blue," a recent episode of KRLX Radio program Periscope contemplated the significance of gifts and gift-giving traditions.
While presents in Lizzie's family are rarely ever wrapped, her friend talks of her family's extravagant gift-giving traditions. David describes why he hates his birthday, and Madeline talks of inheriting her Grandmother's jewelry box.
Reposted from the KRLX blog with permission from the author, Madeline Schaefer.
- May 5, 2006 at 4:02 pm
Periscope Radio's Coverage of the Hurricane Katrina Symposium
"This is the sound of rain. More specifically, it's the sound of the costliest hurricane in US history, and one of the most deadly. This is the sound of the storm that flooded a city and killed at least 1,600 people. This is Hurricane Katrina, coming down on Jackson, Mississippi, some 200 miles away from the center of the storm down on the Gulf Coast. And it sounds well, just like rain, doesn't it? It's a hard cry from what 160mph winds reported in the city must've sounded like. But even if we could listen to the hurricane as it hit New Orleans, what exactly would we hear? It might be the sound of a natural disaster; but would it be the sound of a tragedy? That, more than this?..."
So begins the audio piece produced by Terin Mayer '08 covering the Hurricane Katrina Symposium. On March 31, 2006, Carleton cancelled classes to host a day of reflection about Hurricane Katrina and it's aftermath. The symposium included visiting lecturers, students, professors, and assorted members of the campus community. KRLX's Periscope Radio produced an audio-documentary to capture the very best of the event.
- March 9, 2006 at 2:53 pm
In this audio piece that originally aired on KRLX's Periscope Radio, Kathleen Ward '06 attempts to create a seasonal effect--an ebb and flow of thoughts to match the fall, winter and spring of a Carleton year.
"Using excerpts from interviews on undiscovered Carleton, I hoped that taking words and phrases out of their original context would allow me to move easily from the humourous to the sentimental," Kathleen explained. "I think of this piece as a musical composition in which the songs match the 'lyrics' in rhythm and in feeling."
- February 7, 2006 at 12:48 pm
If only The Cave's walls could talk. Heralded as the oldest college-owned and operated club in the nation, The Cave has served over the decades as a lounging spot, game room, pub, storeroom and coffeehouse. In its current incarnation, it regularly hosts performances by Carleton bands.
Shout staffer Dan Sugarman '09 captured some of the action on video on Friday, January 29 during a performance by Aaron Kaufman '09:
- January 18, 2006 at 10:47 am
by Terin Mayer
James Hannaway spent this last summer working with a political non-profit walking door to door to raise the minimum wage.
“Subarus are the best, by the way; most reliably Democratic car. Jaguars the least.”
- January 5, 2006 at 10:51 am
Juan Medrano is from the Dominican Republic by way of Rhode Island, and is teaching a Latin dance class because the music makes him happy.
“I don’t feel like I fit in here, not because I’m Hispanic, or anything. I just don’t seem to be like the other kids.”