Sonic Manila Research gathers sounding and listening activities, which are produced as art, design, social or scientific projects.

The objective is to participate in producing sonic and auditory knowledge by mapping sonic environments from and for diverse fields.

This is an archiving project by
Dayang Yraola from Manila, Philippines. 

image credit: Leo Abaya (+), 2016

Sonic Manila Research is dedicated to
Prof. Michael Brewster (+) 
who despite the distance, and us being total strangers from each other, 
guided me in my first adventures with sound.
 his kindness will forever resonate with the sounds i hear and make.

This project is made possible through the collective support of the WSK, Espasyo Siningdikato, Alitaptap Artists Community, Hong Kong Postgraduate Fellowship Scheme, soundpocket Hong Kong, Floating Projects Hong Kong, The CubeProject Space  Taipei, PABLO/POST Gallery, Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery, Goethe Institut, Nusasonic, musikfond Hamburg/Berlin, SAVVY Contemporary Berlin, Lingnan University Hong Kong Department of Cultural Studies, University of the Philippines Diliman PhD Incentive Grant, UP Diliman Office of the Chancellor, UP Diliman OICA, UP Diliman College of Fine Arts, UP Diliman College of Music, UP Center for Ethnomusicology, Fundacion Sanso, Dr. Abdulmari Asia Imao Estate Grants, Rega Philippines