Son environnemental

Production sonore et manipulation [PSM]

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Dans la musique électroacoustique, un son environnemental est un son provenant d’un environnement — dans le sens large du terme — ou qui est perçu en tant que tel.

 

See also

Musique anecdotique

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Diapositive sonore

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Mimésis

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Référentiel (Son)

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Composition de paysage sonore

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Paysage sonore

 

Links

UNESCO DigiArts

- Young Digital Creators: The sound of our water ( English , French , Spanish )
- Young Digital Creators: Scenes and sounds of my city ( English , French , Spanish )

 

Bibliography:

English - Español - Français - Deutch - Italiano

Alphabetical order - Chronological order

Barrett, Natasha (2000b). A Compositional Methodology Based on Data Extracted from Natural Phenomena
Copeland, Darren (1999). Is it Indifference or Ambiguity?
Corringham, Viv (2006). {Urban Song Paths}: place resounding
Dunn, David, Peer, René van (1999). Music, Language and Environment
Feld, Steven, Palombini, Carlos (2001). Thoughts on Recording Soundscapes
Ferrington, Gary (2002/2003). Soundwalking the Internet: Ocean Acoustics - Opportunities to Listen to Underwater Soundscapes
Iges, José (2000). Soundscapes: A Historical Approach
Lockwood, Annea (2004). Sound Mapping the Danube River from the Black Forest to the Black Sea: Progress Report, 2001-2003
López, Francisco (2004). Profound Listening and Environment Sound Behaviour
McCartney, Andra (2000c). Soundscape Composition and the Subversion of Electroacoustic Norms
McCartney, Andra (2000d). Sounding Places with Hildegard Westerkamp
Minard, Robin (1991). La musique environnementale
Quin, Douglas (2002/2003). Antarctica: Austral Soundscapes - Sonic adventures in the realms of white at the bottom of the world
Truax, Barry (1992c). Composing with Time-Shifted Environmental Sound
Truax, Barry (1996c). Sounds and Sources in {Powers of Two}: Towards a contemporary myth
Walker, Lisa (2002/2003). Listening Underwater

 

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