Trivial SoundScape - On a train in India.

I'm taking a break from my usually scheduled programming to bring you something new - audio. Not quiet podcasting but sound all the same. Very exciting !!

"The soundscape I'm presenting is typical of a long distance trains in India– where footmen go from carriage to carriage to selling everything from 'sonpapri' to 'garam samosas' to 'newpapers' and 'tinkle comics'."

Listin & Enjoy. I picked this up from Soundtransit and is originally recorded by Maksim Shentelev. If this pans out well I'll try and bring you guys more sound and voice.

The issue I'm having with this is that it starts playing on its own - Any suggestions.




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8 comments:

Mithun said...

Try adding autostart="n" in your "embed" tag . (Ref: http://www.html-reference.com/EMBED.htm)

SatishTalim said...

Have you been reading http://indibloggies.org/ ?

Akshay said...

mithun thanks I'll try that our.

satish, yes I have been keeping an eye on Indianbloggies. You're one of the jurors congratulations.

Emma said...

Amazingly wonderful pictures, especially those of the Gilbert Hill.

Bombayite said...

lets start bombaysounds ... virar train, ladies dabba, machi market, dealing rooom etc :))

deccanheffalump said...

Very nice Akshay. I can see this being used a lot.Wish I knew how to do this.Gives one such a sense of place! Lovely.

Akanksha said...

Really cool pics...
what camera do u use amazin clarity

Akshay said...

thank you emma.

bombayite - yes, Bombay sounds "sounds" like a very good idea. It is time Bombay caught on to the podcast revolution.

deccanhefellump - its not so difficult, all you have need is a digital recorder or a mobile phone cabable of doing so.

akansha - thanks, I have two cameras, a Cannon S70 Powershot and a Nikon D70S.