4 to 5 MAY 2019
Over the International Dawn Chorus Day weekend at the start of May, Soundcamp will organize the 6th edition of Reveil – a live 24 hour broadcast of the sounds of daybreak, produced by a network of streamers and relayed by a consortium of radio stations around the world. 
We invite you to join us!
You can contribute a live stream using a phone, laptop or Raspberry Pi:
• Get the Locuscast free streamer for iOS or Android

• Find a how-to

Sign up

To relay the broadcast in whole or in part, as over 20 stations already do:
Get in touch
Many of the live streams come from soundcamps, where people stay out overnight, tune in to the program and share their sounds. To join the growing list of soundcamps – almost 100, large and small:
• Check the Guide to setting up a soundcamp
List your stream
Let us know your plans



•• Each year, the variety and distribution of sounds depends on new streams set up on the soundmap at Locus Sonus and transmitted at daybreak on IDCD or for a longer period. You can stream with a phone, laptop or Raspberry Pi, using software from Locus Sonus and SC. For 2019 we particularly welcome sounds from islands and archipelagos and from the global South. We can provide advice, one to one support and sometimes equipment. See the streaming guide, register a stream, get more information or get in touch.

•• The primary stream will be hosted and the broadcast carried in full by Wave Farm WGXC 90.7-FM in the Upper Hudson Valley, New York, and in the UK by Resonance Extra and FM. In addition, some 20 stations on the Radia network and elsewhere will carry the broadcast in full or in part. Are you a station? Get details and contact us on how to be involved.

•• A soundcamp is a place for listening, usually outdoors. It could be on an urban roof or a remote mountain. Soundcamps in 2019 will include the Tiputini Biodiversity Station in Amazonia and Stave Hill Ecological Park in central London. Each soundcamp sends a stream to the internet and provides a listening point to follow the broadcast. See the Guide,check Camp for details or get in touch.

Soundcamp are an arts collective based in London. We coordinate Soundcamp / Reveil (2014 – ) and contribute to the Acoustic Commons – a collection of sites, streams, activities and resources for paying attention to ecologies of the everyday.
Soundcamp 2019 is in association with Locus Sonus, Wave Farm, Resonance, Platform, Jessie Brennan and partnering artists and organisations.
SC6 is generously supported by Arts Council England, SouthwarkNeighbourhoods Fund, North Southwark Environment Trust (NSET),
Friends of Stave Hill, TCV, University of Gloucestershire, private donations and volunteers.

For more information:


Soundcamp is a not for profit arts collective. We welcome contributions large or small to support Soundcamp Reveil in 2019.

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Image shows the Locuscast app by Locus Sonus on an iPhone with home made microphones, Manizales, Colombia, 10 May 2016, Grant Smith