SoundCamp is a project around live listening: remotely and locally.


We organise small overnight soundCamps as a way to be outside in sound, especially at daybreak.

We transmit REVEIL: a 24 hour radio broadcast that tracks sunrise around the globe, relaying live audio streams from commissioned artists, independent channels, and a variety of streaming media assembled for the event.

We support the development of a permanent open microphone network, as a resource for artists, researchers, activists and other listeners.


SoundCamp is coordinated in London by:

Grant Smith
Maria Papadomanolaki   voice sound text
Kirsty Collander Brown   participation: the roundhouse
Dawn Scarfe

Artistic advisor:   Gordon Hempton
Graphics:   Sam Baraitser Smith
Coding:   Max Baraitser Smith


SoundCamp / REVEIL has been in close association with the following organisations:

For more information, see Partners

Locus Sonus
Stave Hill Ecological Park
Wave Farm | WGXC 90.7 FM
Resonance 104.4 FM
International Dawn Chorus Day   IDCD


Wave Farm - international broadcast partner
Resonance - UK broadcast partner and sponsor
Radio Papesse
Radio Patapoe, Amsterdam


Richard Beard - wildlife recordist, London Sound Survey
Ian Rawes - London Sound Survey
Steve Cornish - Friends of Russia Dock Woodland
Ben Green - natural historian
Rebeka Clark - Stave Hill


For details of commissioned and selected streama, see Featured Streams

self noise net (Camberwell, London)
RSPB (Hampstead Heath, London)
SARC (Belfast)
Rui Chaves (Belfast)
Africam (S Africa)
PALAOA (Weddell Sea, Antarctica)
Robin Renwick (Locus Sonus mobile - Salvador, Bahia)
Owen Chapman (Locus Sonus, Montreal)
Cornell Laboratory for Ornithology (Ithaca, New York)
Jessica Thomson, Marc Crain ( Little Italy, Toronto)
David Velez (Bogota, Colombia)
Patrick Perdue (Greensboro, N Carolina)
Aaron Rosenblum (ArtxFM - Louisville, Kentucky)
Mark Howell (Danville, Indiana)
Joel Goodwin (Live Nature Songs - Austin, Texas; Costa Rica)
August Black (gustonegro - Locus Sonus - Oakland, California)
Jupiter Foundation (Whale hydraphone - Puako, Hawaii)
Lido hydraphone observatory network (UPC, Barcelona - various sites)
Chris Mackerell (radiodx dot com - Wellington, New Zealand)
Backyard Galah Cam (Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia)
Yin Yi (audioripple - Shanghai, China)
Au Step (Hong Kong)
Looduskalender (nature cam network - Estonia - various sites)
Ali Phi (Tajrish Square, Tehran)
Jonny Farrow (Abu Dhabi)
Lesser Kestrel Cam (Elyakim - Hatikva (The Hope) elementary school, Israel)
Hendrik Schroeder (for Radio Aporee - Neukoelln, Berlin)
Wolfgang Buescher (VLF - Bielefeld, Germany)
Udo Noll (radio aporee mobile - Berlin; Belgian Quarter, Cologne, Germany)
Michalis Moschoutis (Athens, Greece)
Geraldine (palimpsete - Locus Sonus mobile - Alexandria)
MC Brane (CONA - Croatia)
Budhaditya Chattopadhyay (Copenhagen)
Elena (Locus Sonus - Bologna, Italy)
Peter Sinclair (Locus Sonus - Walberswick, Suffolk; le rove, Niolon, France)
Gregoire Lauvin (Locus Sonus - Aix en Provence; St Baume, France)
Yachar Valakdjie (Locus Sonus - Aix in Provence)
Leandro Pisano, Raffaele Mariconte (San Marco dei Cavoti, Italy)
Mark Dennison (VLF - Sheffield, UK)
Richard Fair (Norwich, UK)
Paul Nicholson (VLF - Todmorden, UK)
Frnacesca Panetta (Canterbury, Kent, UK)
Juan Carlos (Madrid)
Gregory Ovenden (London, UK)
Jerome Joy (Locus Sonus - Nantes, St Nazaire, France)
Dawn Scarfe (Bivvy Broadcasts - A forest somewhere in England)
Maria Papadomanolaki (soundCamp - Stave Hill Ecology Park, London)

Campers | Participants

Alex Albert
Simon Bayly
Lisa Baraitser
Paula Baraitser
Magz Hall
Jed Harris (coffee)
Jay Harris
Laura Plana Gracia (elektronische-art-and-music)
Peter Sinclair
Kirsten Foster
Charlie Fox (detours2London)
Kirsten Downer
Liz Roberts

Advisors | Supporters | Contacts

Bernie Krause
Christian Nold (UCL) - Heathrow Group
Ann and Jerry Smith
Liz Cleary
Marion and Michael Baraitser