Source Recognition

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Source Recognition refers to the ability of a listener to ascribe a real or imaginary physical origin or provenance to a sound. This is likely to be a great significance in Acousmatic listening situations, to the extent that it may become an aspect of the musical discourse. The term is closely allied to the concept of Timbre.

 

See also:

Abstract Sound, Acousmatic, Gesture, Mimesis, Referential Sound, Source Bonding, Spectromorphology, Surrogacy, Timbre

 

Bibliography:

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Alphabetical order - Chronological order

Copeland, Darren (1998). Vers une conscience d’associations
Couprie, Pierre (2001). Transcription globale : introduction à la représentation
IRCAM-Hyptique, (1999). Dix jeux d’écoute

 

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