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Web:
Evelyn Glennie
Italia Online
Birtwistle
Ligeti
Museums & Galleries Commission
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Onsite:
Network Globe
Sound Editor
Sadlers Wells
The Wishing Well
Horniman Museum
Museums of Scotland
Tower of London
Museum of the Moving Image
Museum of London
Imperial War Museum

Cd-roms:
Backtracks
Wild World

Hybrid:
Digital Dancing

Tv:
The Music Show
The Turner Prize
Mutiny
The Net
Painted Passions
One in a Million
Duets with Automobiles
Writing about Art

Other:
English National Ballet

Backtracks CD-Rom
Backtracks was created by Braunarts (previously Illuminations Interactive) for Channel 4 Schools and the British Film Institute in March 1998.



It is designed to encourage children and young media studies students to alter the meaning of images through the manipulation of sound and vice versa.
There is plenty of fun on offer and instruction too. Backtracks has become one of the most popular ways to demonstrate what we see with our ears as well as our eyes.
" Aspiring film editors and Foley artists will love Backtracks,as will their teachers - once they've persuaded classes to go easy on the breaking wind effect!"
Laurence Alster, Times Education Supplement,1998
An installation version of Backtracks called 'Sound Editor' has formed part of the Digitopolis installations at the Wellcome Wing of the Science Museum, opened in June 2000.

Key personnel:
Terry Braun, braunarts
Cary Bazalgette, British Film Institute
Gabi Braun, braunarts


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