2 edition of Soundscape studies and methods found in the catalog.
Soundscape studies and methods
by Finnish Society of Ethnomusicology, Department of art, literature and music, University of Turku in Helsinki, Turku
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Helmi Järviluoma and Gregg Wagstaff.|
|Series||Finnish Society of Ethnomusicology Publ -- 9, Series A / University of Turku Department of art, literature and music -- 51, Suomen Etnomusikologisen Seuran julkaisuja -- 9., Sarja A (Turun yliopisto. Taiteiden tutkimuksen laitos) -- n:o 51|
|Contributions||Järviluoma, Helmi., Wagstaff, Gregg.|
|LC Classifications||HT153 .S68 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
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Soundscape Studies and soundmaps: a brief history If we look at the past, the first attempts of representing soundscapes through the use of cartography is traced to the book Reine Geographie (Granö, ) by Johannes Gabriel. Summary. This study investigated through 52 peer-reviewed papers published on the last 20 years the current status of socio-acoustic studies regarding question topics and types, used stimuli, and characteristics about the participants, using the four major adopted data collection methods in soundscape studies: soundwalks, interviews, listening tests, and focus Cited by: 4.
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The last few years have witnessed promising developments in soundscape studies, and this book is the first collection to focus upon soundscape research methods. The contributers to this volume form an international and multidisciplinary team of researchers, from Architecture, Ethnomusicology, Sonic Art, (Time) Geography, Biology, Sociology and.
Soundscape and the Built Environment is the first book to systematically discuss soundscape in the built environment. It begins with a presentation of theory and basic background, answering questions such as: what is soundscape, how is it important, and how does it affect people in terms of their health and perception on the acoustic : Hardcover.
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A growing ecological awareness in the later half of the 20th century has given rise to a widening concern for the state of our soundscapes. the last few years have witnessed promising developments in soundscape studies, and this book is the first collection to focus upon soundscape research methods.
Since it is expected that in the upcoming standard ISO recommendations regarding methods and measurements in the context of soundscape studies will be given, a further discussion about. Soundscape has been growing steadily as a research field since its interdisciplinary concepts were first introduced about 50 years ago in music theory and acoustic ecology, Soundscape studies and methods book it currently affects a broad spectrum of disciplines ranging from social sciences to urban planning and noise control engineering.
In spite of its strong research appeal, it is not clear what the actual impact Cited by: 5. Methods used in soundscape studies include strict measure- ments of the physical properties of sound, reported or measured listener reactions to controlled signals, accurate descriptions ofAuthor: Jøran Rudi.
The book details seven sound installations completed by the author as part of a creative practice research process, in which the sonic rupture model was discovered.
The sonic rupture model, which aims to diversify human experiences and urban environments, encapsulates five soundscape design approaches and ten practitioner intentions. Increasingly, the study of urban sound is becoming an established research field in many parts of the world, with various methods, models and standardized ways of expressing the results.
Soundscape studies represent an emerging and exciting research field that unifies the independent areas related to sound and environment. A soundscape is the acoustic environment as perceived by humans, in context. The term was originally coined by Michael Southworth, and popularised by R.
Murray Schafer. There is a varied history of the use of soundscape depending on discipline, ranging from urban design to wildlife ecology to computer science. An important distinction is to separate soundscape from the.
This book is essential if you are working anywhere in the Audio Industry. It gives you the necessary appreciation, and application of sound, in and out, while allowing for silence to be equally as relavent. Murray Schafer is the God of The Soundscape!Cited by: In his seminal book ›The Tuning of the World‹ (), Schafer does not only envisage soundscape studies as a new, interdisciplinary field of research, providing methods and terminological tools for scholars as well as practictioners.
We identify two broad methodological strands: sonic ethnographies, which rely on both conventionally written and more-than-textual representations of sonic qualities; and soundscape studies, which encompass a wide range of methods. Introduction.
The concept of ‘soundscape’ is originally rooted in the music and acoustic ecology research areas. It quickly expanded to other disciplines, such as acoustics, architecture, environmental health, psychology, sociology and urban studies, claiming for further attention and a holistic approach to the way we conceive the sound around us and its perception.Cited by: Soundscape studies attempt to unify these various researches.
New methods ofeducating the public to the importance ofenvironmental sound must be devised. The final question will be: is the soundscape of the world an further testing. MURRAY SCHAFER. MURRAY SCHAFER. THE SOUNDSCAPE C.
soundscape ecology that includes six areas: (1) measurement and analytical challenges, (2) spatial-temporal dynamics, (3) soundscape linkage to environmental covariates, (4) human impacts on the soundscape, (5) soundscape impacts. This research aimed to explore and demonstrate the possibility to integrate conventional noise mapping methods and soundscape methods in an actual urban redevelopment project.
A case study was made using the Valley Gardens project in Brighton & Hove (UK).Author: Francesco Aletta.
Northern Soundscapes – yearbook of Soundscape studies, vol. Hellström Björn. Noise Design, Architectural Modelling and the Aesthetics of Urban Acoustic Space. Soundscape and the Built Environment is the first book to systematically discuss soundscape in the built environment.
It begins with a presentation of theory and basic background, answering questions such as: what is soundscape, how is it important, and how does it affect people in terms of their health and perception on the acoustic environment.
Soundscape and the Built Environment is the first book to systematically discuss soundscape in the built environment. It begins with a presentation of theory and basic background, answering questions such as: what is soundscape, how is it important, and how does it affect people in terms of their health and perception on the acoustic : $.
One important goal of soundscape studies is to develop methods that architects, urban designers, planners, landscape architects, and others involved with the design of the indoor and outdoor physical environment can be implement as part of their work.
As such the role of design is an inherent aspect of soundscape studies. Design of the physical environment, especially its Author: Gary W.
Siebein.Helmi Järviluoma-Mäkelä (born in Ylivieska, North Ostrobothnia) is a Finnish sound, music, and cultural scholar and writer. She is a Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Eastern sensory and soundscape ethnographer, Järviluoma has developed the mobile method of sensobiographic research and art spans the fields of sensory remembering.
Principles, Patterns, Methods and Applications. Author: Almo Farina; Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media ISBN: Category: Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Soundscape Ecology represents a new branch of ecology and it is the result of the integration of different disciplines like Landscape ecology, Bioacoustics, Acoustic ecology.