Social Tapes- Matthew Shepard, Laramie, WY Tapes 1-6

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Social Tapes- Matthew Shepard, Laramie, WY Tapes 1-6

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* This is 1 set of 6. To add all sets to your cart, please click here.

50% of proceeds is donated to the Matthew Shepard Foundation. After your purchase you will receive a copy of the donation receipt within 24 hours.

[Purchase includes all audio tracks in Mp3 format.]

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Binaural Recordings- please use headphones.

Audio Track Listing

Tapes 1-6 (Each tape approx. 30:00)

41°18'7.80"N, 105°31'2.07"W

At around 12:00 AM on October 7, 1998 in Laramie, Wyoming, Matt Shepard was tied up and brutally beaten because he was gay. 18 hours later a passing bicyclist found his body and called 911. He died 5 days later in Poudre Valley Hospital in Colorado.

Made in the same location, time, and day, this 18-hour binaural recording commemorates the day when Matt was found as he would have heard it.

Recorded with a DIY binaural head with 3Dio Silicone ears and DPA 4061 microphones. Audio recorded with a vintage Sony TC-D5 and Sony EF Type 1 Cassettes. Comfortable, circumaural headphones are highly recommended as the audio is very quiet but also because a correct binaural image requires playback through headphones.

Level settings: The soundscape was very silent. Our general recommendation for your level settings is to set the level so that the tape noise is bearable, then lower it one or two more clicks.

Special thanks to: Michele Josue, Matthew Shepard Foundation, Laramie PD, and the landowner for making this project possible.

For more news and information about this album please visit:

http://www.bivouacrecording.com/news/2016/11/5/social-tapes-matthew-shepard-laramie-wy-tapes-released

All audio recorded on location in Laramie, WY on October 7, 2016.

All recordings © Bivouac Recording

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