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Monday 19th December / presented by Michael Terren Caitlin Nienaber

If you happen to turn on your radio between midnight and one o’clock on a Tuesday morning, you are in for a very interesting listening experience.

On Revolver during December RTRFM presenter Michael Terren is taking listeners into the world of field recording on The Butterfly Museum.

He dropped by Breakfast with Caitlin for an update on how the series is going and to call on listeners to get involved.

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We’re soliciting audio submissions for the final episode of Butterfly Museum to piece together the sounds of Western Australia. The recordings can be anything – birdsongs, kitchen appliances, pets, the beach, street sounds – recorded on an iPhone, a computer or any other device.

We’d also like you to tell a story about that recorded sound—what emotional effect does it have on you? What or who does it remind you of? Please send your recordings and responses to: ButterflyMuseumRTRFM@gmail.com

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