Audio Projects

Audio-Based Projects

Our audio projects create engaging experiences in museums, parks, trails, and beyond.

Explore our portfolio to see how we can turn your ideas into audio adventures.

The Mint Museum: Picasso Landscapes: Out of Bounds

Picasso Landscapes: Out of Bounds is the first museum exhibition to dive into his deep love for landscape art. Featuring over 40 works from his entire career, this exhibition, organized by the American Federation of the Arts, is a rare gem, with only two U.S. locations – one on the East Coast – displaying these remarkable pieces from private collections and international museums.

To lead the tour, we created audio recordings that combine narration with gentle music and sound effects. These audio guides establish the atmosphere and offer historical insights for each artwork. Visitors can choose between English and Spanish versions of the narration to listen in their preferred language.

The Mint's Reach this Year

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NCMA: Illuminating History

Illuminating History is a self-guided audio tour that unveils the stories behind the art and nature found in the Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park.

This tour is divided into four parts, covering various landscapes and nearly five miles of trails. 

Visitors can conveniently discover the story of each stop using the NCMA Park app. Our audio companion for this tour includes a friendly narrator and soothing music to make the art and nature even more enjoyable.



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The Wild Side

"Step off the beaten path for trails less traveled—to explore a wilder side of the Park. Learn about the history of our campus and the plant and animal life that call this land home. A visitor-favorite chamber awaits along the way, a cool and dark respite with the sky as a canvas."

Into the Meadow and Beyond

"Within and around the meadow, you’ll come across monoliths and other awe-striking structures of larger-than-life proportions. Learn the stories of these giant-sized sculptures."

Performance and Art

"Take a short, one-mile walk to learn about the arts venue and earth-cast sculpture that paved the way for the Museum Park as we know it."

Courtyard Promenade

"Convenient to both Museum gallery buildings, this trail meanders around West Building to explore beautiful courtyards and sculptural works."

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All Access Eco Trail

The All Access Eco Trail at NCMA Park showcases plants, wildlife, and habitats, all with the aim of teaching people about the park’s science in an easy-to-understand way.

To make this project possible, we created 15 audio tracks that complement 14 informational signs and 1 tactile map. The audio features clear, guiding narration accompanied by peaceful music. 

Visitors can conveniently access these audio tracks by scanning a QR code that leads to the Park App, which automatically plays the audio based on their location.



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Landscaping with Native Plants

"Native plants evolved in a particular region, ecosystem, or habitat. They adapted to the local climate and formed beneficial relationships with other native plants, fungi, and wildlife."

Pollinators in the Park

"From early spring to late fall, the Park is filled with flowers that attract a multitude of pollinators. There are seven types of pollinators in North Carolina: butterflies, bees, moths, beetles, flies, wasps, and hummingbirds."

Land of the Pines

"Hundreds of years ago, the central Piedmont in North Carolina was covered with meadows rich in biodiversity. Meadows grew in openings between pine savannas maintained by both naturally occurring and human-ignited fires."

Residents of the Museum Park

"There are two types of habitats nearby that attract birds. The meadow planting behind you provides an excellent place for birds of prey to hunt for a variety of small mammals and insects."

Forest Communities

"Forests create habitats for wildlife by providing food, shelter, and places to raise their young. Hundreds of insect species feed on oak trees. These insects are an important food source for baby birds."

Woodland Garden

"This woodland garden is composed of a plant community on the forest floor below the tree canopy. Openings between trees provide a mixture of dappled sunlight and shade to create an understory forest habitat made up of native shrubs, wildflowers, grasses, and ferns."

North Carolina Pollinators

"Pollinating insects play an essential role in the fertilization of flowers necessary in the production of agricultural food. Pollinators also support plant diversity in natural habitats."

Stormwater Management

"When the Museum converts its land to hard surface, it considers how stormwater runoff will be affected. Hard surfaces include elements of the built environment where water cannot percolate into the ground."

Wetlands in the Museum Park

"Sometimes referred to as the 'kidneys of the landscape,' wetlands filter pollutants from the water, reduce flooding, and recharge the groundwater."

Amphibians in the Pond

"A pond is a small body of water that supports wildlife, including fish, reptiles, insects, birds, and mammals. Ponds are excellent habitats for amphibians."

Birds in the Pond

"Ponds attract many types of migratory and year-round birds. This pond supports waterfowl, birds that have webbed feet and waterproof feathers, such as ducks and geese."

Insects in the Pond

"The pond supports a variety of arthropods, including insects and spiders. The most abundant group of animals on earth, arthropods play vital roles in the food chain."

Performing Songbirds

"Songbirds are abundant throughout the Park—in the meadows, woodlands, and wetlands. Songbirds belong to the order passerines and can control a specialized vocal organ called a syrinx to produce a succession of musical notes."

Reptiles in the Pond

"Reptiles are another group of wildlife that call the pond home and include turtles, snakes, and lizards. Downed trees, rocks, or other structures near the water’s surface attract turtles such as painted turtles and common snapping turtles, who enjoy basking in the sun."

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