Portland Upwelling Festival - Heard/Unheard:Flux (sound installation) home/information page

Vincent Giles: Sound Artist/Composer

Click here for a PDF manual on how to record and upload sound. This is continually being worked on so check back for updates. 1.5mb in size.

Click here for a PDF Flyer!


Workshop #1: Field Recording, PDF

Workshop #2: Sound Walk

Workshop #3: Graphic Scores/Scoring What We Hear

NOTE: By submitting a file to this server you are agreeing to allow the University of Melbourne, Upwelling Festival, the Artist and other relevant parties the royalty-free right to use, display, exhibit and otherwise present the sound file in any way they need under the following Creative Commons license:

Creative Commons Licence
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

This is a simple website to upload files to sound artist Vincent Giles for use in the Upwelling Festival.

The deadline for sound submission is OCTOBER 28th, 2013.

Please only upload audio files - any format is acceptable (mp3, air, wav, m4a, etc) - from your mobile device or recording equipment. For assistance please email vgiles@student.unimelb.edu.au.

Please submit the sound file with the following filename convention ONLY, for attribution (to come on this webpage): Surname, Firstname_TITLE.ext, and please email me if you have any trouble with this or anything else to do with sound recording! (The .ext refers to the filetype extension, ie. mp3, m4a, etc. Please leave this as it is originally!)

Here is a recording I took on the morning of Saturday the 12th of October, on the Portland foreshore, with my iPhone 5 and the SoundCloud app.



Heard/Unheard:Flux is made possible by the VCA & MCM Regional Training & Engagement Program, funded by the State Government through Arts Victoria and delivered in partnership with Regional Arts Victoria.