Revue Organised sound : Sound, Listening and Place I and II
La revue Organised sound : An International Journal of Music and Technology propose deux numéros qui flirtent avec l’espace.
J’y ai repéré deux articles que ne sont pas accessibles gratuitement :
Everyday Sounds Revealed: Acoustic communication and environmental recordings. Heikki Uimonen. Organised Sound / Volume 16 / Issue 03 / décembre 2011, pp 256 – 263. Heikki participe au projet de recherche European Acoustic Heritage.
Sound, Listening and Place: The aesthetic dilemma. Barry Truax. Organised Sound / Volume 17 / Special Issue 03 / décembre 2012, pp 193 – 201. Barry Truax auteur familier de la bibliothèque.
A purely aesthetic approach may be problematic when artists wish to deal with the external world as part of their work. The work of R. Murray Schafer in formulating soundscape studies is described, as well as the author’s extension of that work within a communicational framework. Soundscape composition is situated within a continuum of possibilities, each with its own practice of mapping or representing the world. Current technological possibilities as well as ethical issues involved in the production process are discussed, along with the author’s work in creating a multi-channel imaginary soundscape. The evolving nature of the listener’s relationship to acoustic space over the last century is discussed in comparison to developments in soundscape composition.
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