If you would like to know more about why I started collecting sounds and making podcasts, read about it here.

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I use podcasting as a way to learn technical skills and explore new methods for telling stories with sound.

The Sex Beat, 2016

Collected soundscapes

Uploaded raw and unedited. Feel free to download these sounds and use them!

Bird at Mt Nelsen, Tasmania, Australia

Stream at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia

Walking on Rocks at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia

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Voiceover demos

[Coming soon]

How I discovered my love for sound

When someone asks if I like music, I never really know how to answer. I’m neutral towards music; what I like (perhaps almost love) is sound.

The strange thing was that I didn’t know this love existed. All I knew was that when I heard a well-read audiobook or a gracefully-delivered prayer, something inside me felt alive.

Even as a writer, when I arranged words onto a blank page, they never seemed right until they sounded right when read aloud.

In 2014 at a 10-week writing program, I decided to explore a new medium. Instead of sticking to my usual articles and short stories, I wrote a radio show script.

I had a vision of what I wanted it to be but I didn’t have the technical skills. So I put it on hold. And then in 2015, I decided to start a podcast. About sex.

The Sex Beat launched on Feb 14, 2016 and by doing it, I learned how to produce, script and edit a podcast. I started recording sound effects to use in future episodes or other podcasts.

I began listening to more podcasts – to learn techniques and methods – and more than just learning, I fell in love.