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Soundscape

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Ramiro Rodriguez

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Transcript of Soundscape

Hypothesis
Urban soundscapes, if not managed correctly can be a cause of physiological changes will be presented.
Case
Introduction
An overview
Studying the soundscape of a geographic place will help us to conceive the idea of acoustic environment of a determined place.
Conclusion
Ramiro Aurelio Rodriguez Oropeza A01337417
Karina Rivero López A01336947
Gerardo Abogado Villamil A01336998
Jorge Jácome Del Ángel A01337765

Soundscape: our inevitable environment
Teacher: Eréndira Cohen
Biology and Sustainable Development
60,836 habitants per squared kilometer.
No adaptation
Damage in hearing system
20 hz to 20 000 hz
High frequencies
Objectives
examining different sources of noise pollution
measure some kinds of commons sound
Create different signals in pro tools to make a emulation about these sounds to demonstrate how harmful they be.
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References
Ipsen, D. (2002). The Urban Nightingale – or some theoretical considerations about sound and noise. in H Järviluoma & G Wagstaff (eds), Soundscape Studies and Methods, The University of Turku.

R. Murray Schafer (1993). The Soundscape: Our Sonic Environment and the Tuning of the World. Inner Traditions/Bear.

Sterne, J. (2012). Sound Studies Reader. Routledge. New York. United States

Elmqvist, T. & Pontén, E. (2013). Designing the Urban Soundscape. Retrieved on February 01, 2014 from “Sustainable Cities Collective” http://sustainablecitiescollective.com/nature-cities/172526/designing-urban-soundscape

Irvine, K., Payne, S., et al. (2009). Green space, soundscape and urban sustainability: an interdisciplinary, empirical study. Retrieved February 01, 2014 from Taylor Francis Online http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13549830802522061#.Uu3Tofl5OSo

Martínez, P. (2013). Monitorean ruido del Zócalo Capitalino. Retrieved on February 01, 2014, from “Ciencia y Desarrollo”
http://www.cyd.conacyt.gob.mx/266/articulos/ciencia-en-mexico.html

Hunter, C. (2012). Elements of the Soundscape. Retrieved February 01, 2014 from “Audio Lounge” http://audioloungesound.com/blog/2012/11/elements-of-the-soundscape/
Discussion
If hypothesis correct, then we need to prevent noise.
There are three ways to control noise.
From source (reducing volume)
When transmitting (acoustic conditioner)
Protecting the listener (wearing ear caps)
Soundscapes are natural consequences of the environment.
The correct management of the human-generated soundscapes, specially
in urban environments, will lead towards a better care for the hearing
system.

Elements of soundscape
Key note sounds

Signals

Soundmarks
Reverberation as a
urban element
Examples:

- Subway
- Bellas Artes (85 dB, legal 65 dB)
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