• soundscape, sonification, and sound activism

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    • تاریخ ارائه: 1392/07/24
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     in this article, the author will argue that the act of listening through public soundwalks and other formal and informal exercises builds environmental and social awareness and promotes changes in social and cultural practices. by examining the act of listening as an alternative pathway and comparing the research, writings, and creative work of leaders of the acoustic ecology movement (i.e., r. murray schafer, hildegard westerkamp, and bernie krause), the author hopes to shed light on these potentials. for purposes of comparison, projects that explore the sonification and audification of inaudible signals will be examined, including the work of christina kubisch. the process of audification and sonification of these signals will be examined in comparison to soundscape experiences in order to develop a theory of data sonification based on the soundscape. in order to build a community around the urban soundscape, in 2003, the author co-founded the new york society of acoustic ecology. through this endeavor, she co-created the ongoing nysoundmap and sound seeker projects, which provide some practical research for this article. thus, by comparing and contrasting theoretical writings with leading listening exercises, public soundwalks, soundscape-related brainstorming sessions, and presenting field recordings in various settings, new methodologies will be documented.

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