Sound and the Environment

A slightly belated post but the Guardian have a useful piece about soundscapes for the environment, that I take as sound methods within the Anthropocene. It’s not really part of my research but the ideas of sound to engage with the unheard under our feet. Sonic and environment certainly dates back to R Murray Schafer and Tuning of the World.

The Guardian article links to Brian Krause’s work on recording a wild haven over time. It reminds me of the need to listen over time and to create the archive. It does raise the question of using audio as data and the potentials of machine listening.

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