I am Suz, a sound designer, composer, audio engineer and musician.

You have landed on my personal web pages, where I post thoughts, ideas and insights about sound and music, recording in the field (aka field-recording) and the studio, designing and processing sound, programing in supercollider or processing to manipulate sound, and occasionally—when time allows—the construction of DIY electronics for sound and music recording. I also leave some insights about the projects and field-recordings I have undertaken in different countries.


Unfortunately, after changing the provider, all entries on this web site are under re-construction. So I ask for some patience until I was able to recover the most important blog entries and of course also add new ones.


In the meantime a collection of portfolio works can be found on SoundCloud, Vimeo and Freesound.org.


I hope you enjoy, and as always, feel free to get in touch!
sound (at) suzannesoundcreations (dot) com


Inspired by Diego Stocco‘s stethoscope microphone, I bought myself a stethoscope and a couple of electronic parts and built one on my own. List of Parts stethoscope 1x male XLR plug [Alternatively any other connector able to ‘carry’ phantom power from the recording device to the condenser microphones can be used.] 2x 6mm (omnidirectional) condenser …

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DIY Pick-ups from Piezo Disks

Here is a quick and easy construction plan for pick-ups made from piezo buzzers or disks. Piezo disks can be optained as single disks in various shapes and sizes or can be taken out of buzzers for example. Both piezo elements can either be acquired at electronic stores or possibly stripped out of older electronics …

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