Re: examples of natural sound displays (Ju-Lee Hong )

Subject: Re: examples of natural sound displays
From:    Ju-Lee Hong  <jl.hong@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Thu, 24 Apr 2008 22:26:43 +0100

Hi Milena, One of the discographies** in Nicola Dibben's (2001)* study might be of your interests: the disc seems to cover natural sound display including 'Heavy Rain', 'Fire crackle', 'Cat miaowing' etc. * N Dibben (2001), 'What do we hear, when we hear music?: Music perception and musical material', Music Scientiae, 5: 161-194. ** BBC Essential Sound Effects (1990). BBC CD 792 Ju-Lee On Wed, April 23, 2008 10:19 pm, Milena Droumeva said: > Hi group(s), > > > I am part of a team working on a sustainable solar house project, > and we might be looking at using some natural sound-making materials > as "auditory displays". I was wondering if anyone can forward > examples and ideas as to what those could be, what has been done and > how could it be designed. One of the idea I am thinking is these > "displays" being driven > by the elements - such as water, wind, etc. > > Thanks so much! > > > Milena Droumeva > Simon Fraser University > Canada > > -- Ju-Lee Hong (Goldsmiths, U. of London). ********** "Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent". -- Victor Hugo

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