What does a place sound like - and how does the sound of place
affect our perceptions, experiences, and memories? The Sound of a
Room takes a poetic and philosophical approach to exploring these
questions, providing a thoughtful investigation of the sonic
aesthetics of our lived environments. Moving through a series of
location-based case studies, the author uses his own field
recordings as the jumping-off point to consider the underlying
questions of how sonic environments interact with our ideas of
self, sense of creativity, and memories. Advocating an awareness
born of deep listening, this book offers practical and poetic
insights for researchers, practitioners, and students of sound.
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