Sonic virtuality : sound as emergent perception / Mark Grimshaw and Tom Garner.

Av: Grimshaw, Mark, 1963-
Medverkande: Garner, Tom (Tom Alexander) [aut]
Language: English Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2015Beskrivning: 232 s. illISBN: 9780199392834Ämne(n): Lyssnande | Psychoacoustics | Sound (Philosophy) | Mixed reality | Sound -- Psychological aspectsDDK-klassifikation: 006.8 SAB-klassifikation: Doef
Anmärkning:
Introduction -- 1. Defining sound ; 2. Where is sound? Where am I? ; 3. Embodied acoustic ecology ; 4. Knowledge, certainty, truth, belief, and alief ; 5. Imagining sound: Auditory hallucinations and other pathologies ; 6. Imagining sound: Active imagination and imaginative application ; 7. Sonic virtuality ; 8. Using sonic virtuality
Anmärkning bestånd: B30.319 | B33.076 Libris-ID: 18403924Summary: This title introduces the concept of sonic virtuality, a theory of sound that positions it as an emergent perception within a framework of virtuality. In its opposition to the acoustic or standard definition of sound, that sound is a sound wave, the thesis builds its case for a sonic aggregate as the virtual cloud of potentials from which the sound as perception emerges. This is argued for from a broad interdisciplinary perspective that assesses evidence and thinking from many fields.
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Introduction -- 1. Defining sound ; 2. Where is sound? Where am I? ; 3. Embodied acoustic ecology ; 4. Knowledge, certainty, truth, belief, and alief ; 5. Imagining sound: Auditory hallucinations and other pathologies ; 6. Imagining sound: Active imagination and imaginative application ; 7. Sonic virtuality ; 8. Using sonic virtuality

This title introduces the concept of sonic virtuality, a theory of sound that positions it as an emergent perception within a framework of virtuality. In its opposition to the acoustic or standard definition of sound, that sound is a sound wave, the thesis builds its case for a sonic aggregate as the virtual cloud of potentials from which the sound as perception emerges. This is argued for from a broad interdisciplinary perspective that assesses evidence and thinking from many fields.

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