Sound Earth Legacy combines decades of experience in the music industry, international cooperation, film and communications to preserve the sounds of the earth and accelerate environmental solutions through sound and music.
We support and share knowledge on pioneer scientific, humanitarian and technological projects doing research to understand and face climate change.
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'Planetary Music': a project to preserve the Earth's acoustic legacy
Condé Nast Traveler: John Talabot, Agoria and Ben Frost have already joined Sound Earth Legacy's 'Planetary Music' initiative and you too can join and fight climate change!
Looking for the underwater noise in polar waters
A global project analyzes the sounds below the surface of the oceans to protect the species that inhabits them.
Electronic artists join Planetary Music project
Mondo Sonoro: Sound Earth Legacy is the first non-profit organization to create unreleased music tracks produced with the sounds of nature.
Radio 5: Sound activism and electronic music to preserve the environment.
Guía de Bolsillo: Interview with Andrea Lamount, founder of the NGO Sound Earth Legacy: sound activism and electronic music to preserve the environment.
A laboratory to listen to the planet
The Polytechnic University of Catalonia manages the world's largest database of sounds from nature and the human impact on it.
Spain arts & Culture Belgium: Ciencia con Alma ep.11
In this episode we get to know the Planetary Music with founder and CEO Andrea Lamount.
Innovating for a better understanding of oceans
Two groundbreaking researchers are using new technology to better understand the seas, and animals that live in them.