Celebrating Pauline Oliveros, Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology

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Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology Volume 16 “Sounds Emergent: Diverse Ecologies Part II” cover art by Todd Birdsong (2017)

It is my great pleasure to announce that the latest edition of Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology has been released by the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology.

Soundscape, Volume 16 is the second of a pair of issues sharing the theme of guest editor Jay Needham, “Sounds Emergent: Diverse Ecologies.”  This edition celebrates the life and work of Pauline Oliveros with articles by Edward Shanken, Yolande Harris, Seth Cluett, Tomie Hahn and Stephan Moore. Also included are reviews and commentary by Honna Veerkamp, Maile Colbert and Heather Contant and an extended article on augmented reality audio by Leah Barclay.  My own report touches on various WFAE activities throughout 2017 including affiliate news and endorsed events and conferences. Read more on our announcement and download the PDF.

World Listening Project podcast by Maile Colbert

Sounding Out! Podcast Episode #4: Within a Grain of Sand

Listen at http://soundstudiesblog.com/2011/09/22/sounding-out-podcast-episode-4-within-a-grain-of-sand/

Just posted September 22 by Maile Colbert, author of the online article Within a Grain of Sand: Our Sonic Environment and Some of Its Shapers for Sounding Out: The Sound Studies Blog

Maile Colbert explores how several key field recordists define and explore the notion of soundscape. In her podcast, Jen Boyd, Rui Costa, Maile, and I address our work in sound studies and field recording.

Within a Grain of Sand: Our Sonic Environment and Some of Its Shapers

The Sounding Out! blog on sound studies has a new post by Maile Colbert on the Soundscape and World Listening Day. Within a Grain of Sand: Our Sonic Environment and Some of Its Shapers features five brief interviews with people active in the effort to define and explore the notion of soundscape.

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