This article discusses an interdisciplinary project aimed at highlighting the acoustical heritage of wetlands by means of field recordings and a novel time-lapse montage method. The authors discuss a site-specific sound installation that was designed using original wetlands field recordings, live processing and spatial audio multichannel reproduction. The discussion focuses on spatial and temporal features of different types of recorded wetlands soundscapes. Future developments of this project will consider the implementation of a standalone spatiotemporal application, to be used in the context of virtual reality applications, game audio and interactive dance performance.

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