Soundwalk is an international sound collective based in New York City. It was founded by Stephan Crasneanscki in the early 2000s.
Soundwalk Audio Tours 
Soundwalk produces walking guides of cities that offer the listener a narrative to follow in order to discover their surroundings in a new way. Soundwalk has produced guides for New York, Paris, Ibiza, Berlin, London, Varanasi, Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Narrators representing their native cities and districts for the guides include, Gong Li, Paul Auster, Philippe Starck, Jazzy Jay and Afrika Bambaataa. Using native narrators is intended to direct listeners to more obscure attractions. Soundwalk city guides are designed for iPhone.
Tours of China 
In 2008 Soundwalk produced walking tours in China for the Olympics in Beijing. The tours were created in collaboration with Louis Vuitton. Tours includes the cities of Beijing with narration by Chinese actress Gong Li, Hong Kong with narration by Chinese actress Shu Qi, and Shanghai with narration by Chinese actress Joan Chen.
Soundwalk Films 
In July 2006, The Paris Première TV station produced a series of five films based on the Paris Soundwalks. They subsequently distributed a collector edition DVD thougought Europe. The DVD was translated into 5 languages.
Soundwalk Art 
Over the last decade Soundwalk has created sound art using collections of found sound. These projects are exhibited around the world.
Selected Works 
"Kill the Ego" Based on field recordings in New York City carried out by Stephan Crasneanscki and Dug Winningham over a period of ten years and with art by Rostarr; screened at the Pompidou Center in Paris (2009)
"24 Hours: The Starck Mix" 24-hour sound collage, distributed in partnership with Wallpaper* magazine (2009).
"La Nuit Blanche" Work for Paris’ Nuit Blanche festival (2004, 2009)
"Chanel Mobile Art Soundscape" Sound art project in collaboration with Chanel (2009)