“Recording, during the many exploratory walks we took together,

revealed to me that, just as two people do not internally perceive an

object in the same way even though they might see it at the same time,

whoever holds the mic receives the sound intimately and internaly,

already freighted with intention and purpose, while the ear of the other

can listen entirely freely. So that when two people together experience

the discovery of silence, a sound, or an audible event, they have two

different experiences, despite their having the same goals.

But then dialogue between them consists precisely in exchanging these different

perceptions, which enriches the experience and the sensations of them both.”

Brunhild Ferrari (in Spectres n°1, Composing Listening)

Recordedness is dedicated to questions related to documentation of sound and the act of recording.