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Taking back the Soundscape
Transcript of Taking back the Soundscape
the "pot of ideas"
electroacoustic communities formed via new forms and media genres
intertextuality of media sound conventions
intentionality of designed soundscapes
de-/re- contextualization of sound environments
sound conventions of digital media age
music-as-environment, emotional backdrop
the 'radio' voice - hyper-real/stereotyped vocal styles
"the loop" - studio sound design
the sound bite/trailer
soundtrack to life
sound "effects" and realism
"auditory displays" - informational alerts
art, machinima, intertextuality
re-cycle, reuse aesthetic
Reclaiming Our Voice
how do designers, artists, composers, "consumers", everyday listeners reclaim sounds and soundscapes, and redefine their electroacoustic communities
Milena's audio design project
Ellen's HP spoof
McLuhan and sound
voice in advertising
digital voice art