The art project Sonic Planetarium is an effort to listen to the objects in earth’s orbit to get a sense of what is present in our near-earth space. Objects in space are associated with sound files to create the sound environment, and since there are so many objects in orbit, Sonic Planetarium solicits audio from the public to strive toward as complete an audio model as possible.
You are invited to contribute!
Audio files are used exclusively for playing within the Sonic Planetarium art installation. As such they may appear in audio and video documentation of the art installation in context.
Any audio files contributed to the Sonic Planetarium audio model belong to the contributor. Contributors can manage them through the ‘My Audio’ page.
Contributor information, e.g. that used for online account creation and the mechanics of contributing files, will not be used for anything but the Sonic Planetarium project.
Sonic Planetarium will not be responsible for lost or missing files; contributors are encouraged to keep copies of their audio by their own means.
Audio contributors are requested to:
- Not abuse the system
- Be courteous; not be offensive or defamatory with the audio or the attribution
- Take full responsibility for any audio you upload
- Warrant that you have the rights to the audio you upload
- Warrant that you are not under 13
Contributors or files not complying to these requests will be removed from the project.