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The SINGING RINGING TREE
53.756811, – 2.226573
Burnley, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Tell your story with a sound that inspires you!
Experience the haunting sounds of The Singing Ringing Tree, a steel sculpture that sings. The sound is produced by wind blowing through the different sized steel pipes. The result is a low and intense rumbling sound in different pitches, matching the pipes’ length.
Mix in a perfectly matching string orchestra, playing eerie Col Legno Tratto (the strings are played with the wooden side of the bow)
|Special Features||Spaces||Strings Mic Positions||Size||System Requirements|
|Mix in lower and higher octaves
Low Pass Filter
Separate sends for each octave (pre-fader)
Space HPF + Pre Delay
Mix in double bass
Mix in wind
Zoom to location
Learn about the history of the sound
|14th Century Baptistery, Pisa (Italy)
Rainforest Music House, Sarawak (Malaysia)
All Saints Church Highbrook, W. Sussex (UK)
Allonso Russel Home, Utah (USA)
Abandoned Barn, Veneto (Italy)
Clear Lake Studio A, N. Hollywood (USA)
|C – close
R – room (includes Decca Tree + outriggers)
V – verb (sampled integrated cinematic reverb)
|Required hard disk space: 1 GB
Download file size: 922.6 MB
|FULL VERSION of Kontakt version 5.0.2 or higher required
Mac OS X 10.6 or higher
Windows 7 or higher
Min 4 GB of RAM
Singing Ringing Tree
The Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture that resembles the shape of a tree, overlooking the Pennine Hills and the town of Burnley in Lancashire, England.
The sound sculpture was designed by architects Mike Tonkin and Anna Liu and built in 2006 as part of a project to erect a series of 21st- century landmarks – also called Panopticons.
The area of the Penine Hills and Pendle Hill was the setting for the famous trials of the Pendle witches in 1612. Of the eleven people who went to trial, ten were found guilty and executed by hanging.
Listening to the haunting sounds of the Singing Ringing Tree one cannot help but wonder: Are the ghosts of the witches trying to speak to us? What are they trying to tell us?
Join Symphonic Planet Co-founder Noor Che’ree on a journey through snow and ice, capturing a one of a kind sound sculpture and exploring more about the dark history of the surrounding area:
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