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Harlequin Hydrophone

Sunday, March 29th, 2009

Erik DeLuca, composer of the incredible sonic experience The Deep Seascape, visited our lab last Friday with a hydrophone (underwater microphone) in tow.  We placed the hydrophone in the aquarium cubicle above and threw in some pellets of food for the harlequin serpent stars to get excited about. The sounds that are heard in the recording below are of the stars racing towards and devouring the food.

Songs Of The Humpback Whale

Sunday, January 4th, 2009

Coral Morphologic acquired this awesome piece of ocean-related vinyl via our good friend Lauren Reskin, owner of Sweat Records. The following clips are digital conversions of Side 1 and 2 of a special vinyl insert in the January 1979 issue of National Geographic.

Coral Morphologic on arcuRADIO 90.5 WVUM…

Saturday, April 19th, 2008

We’re going to be in the studio with our good friend Josh Arcurio on his arcuRADIO show from 5:30-7 pm today (Saturday 19th). We’ll be bringing some Morphologic swag to give away to help raise money for WVUM. This week’s show is during their annual radio-a-thon to raise money to help pay for (apparently) the rest of the stuff that the University of Miami doesn’t fund in the operation of their college radio station…

Listen here and/or call in and make a request… or even donate some cash to WVUM…

And later tonight we’ll be at Sweat Records to celebrate their third birthday AND Record Store Day. So go buy yourself that album you’ve been wanting (we bought the new album “Meanderthal” from Miami’s own Torche)…