Hugo Verweij runs the blog Everyday Listening which quickly became one of my favourite spots on the internet for sound-related findings and reflections. Hugo is a composer and sound designer but also gives lectures at the Utrecht School of the Arts, which might be the reason why his site is so well informed and focusses on the mediation of sonic ideas instead of the navel-gazing and self-promoting many blogs of composers and musicians indulge in (like mine I suppose…). Since February Hugo runs a series of “Five Sound Questions” on a weekly basis where many artists contributed their answers and revealed some intersting insights in their personal views on listening, favourite places for their sound qualities and sound-related childhood remembrances. I was happy to answer his questions as well (ah, here it is again, the navel-gazing…).
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