The Future of Hospital Sound (3:44) : A concept video by Yoko K. that explores the future of hospital soundscapes. Source: Vimeo.
Friday, September 16, 2016
Saturday, August 20, 2016
How Sound Connects Us (17:54) A TEDx presentation by Lisa Lavia and Harry Witchel. "Sound is all around us, but how often do we think about the impact it has on us and how it connects us to our environment? In this unique talk, Lisa Lavia of the Noise Abatement Society and Harry Witchel from the Brighton and Sussex Medical School illustrate through a series of auditory demonstrations the importance of sound quality (rather than simply decibel levels) in the built environment." Source: YouTube
Monday, August 15, 2016
Rural Community: A beautiful non-verbal soundscape exploration of a small rural community. Credited as a residency project made in Montemor-o-Velho, a town and municipality of the Coimbra District, Portugal. By Sabina Jacobson, (2011) Fonlad Festival On Line De Artes Digitais. Source: YouTube.
Monday, July 25, 2016
Concert Hall Design (5:08) Why are some concert halls acoustically loved by audiences and others are not? Nicholas Edwards shares what makes concert hall acoustics vary widely--even when they are of similar shape--and the key to making a hall loved by audiences. Source: Vimeo
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Murray Schafer, Soundscape (1hr. 7mins) Murray Schafer talks about the concept of"soundscape" a term coined in the 70s referring to the ecology of sound.
Murray Schafer is the author of books like "Voices of Tyranny: Temples of silence" (1993), "the thinking ear: on Music education" (1986) and "a sound education" (1992). Schafer is a composer, professor, music teacher, environmentalist, visual artist and author of books like "The soundscape and the pitch of the world, "" When words sing "or" rhino in the classroom. " In 1974 he made the recording of the most iconic sounds of Canada as part of the World Soundscape Project.
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Recording the Sounds of Extinction (3:26) "Bernie Krause has been recording wildlife sounds, or "soundscapes," for over forty years. He's amassed the largest archive in the world, and in doing so, can chart how wildlife sounds have changed over the course of climate change. Listen for yourself: the rising silence speaks volumes." Source: YouTube
Friday, May 6, 2016
Pauline Oliveros:The Difference between Hearing and Listening: "Sounds carry intelligence. If you are too narrow in your awareness of sounds, you are likely to be disconnected from your environment. Ears do not listen to sounds; the brain does. Listening is a lifetime practice that depends on accumulated experiences with sound; it can be focused to detail or open to the entire field of sound. Octogenarian composer and sound art pioneer Pauline Oliveros describes the sound experiment that led her to found an institute related to Deep Listening, and develop it as a theory relevant to music, psychology, and our collective quality of life."
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more athttp://ted.com/tedx/