Stereophonica : sound and space in science, technology, and the arts / Gascia Ouzounian.Language: English Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, Copyright date: ©2020Beskrivning: xv, 231 pages illustrations 24 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9780262044783; 0262044781Ämne(n): Sound -- History | Sounds -- History | Acoustical engineering -- History | Music -- History and criticism | Sound in art -- History | SCIENCE / Physics | Ljud -- historia | Ljudteknik -- historia | Ljud i konsten -- historia | LjudmiljöGenre/Form: Analys och tolkningDDK-klassifikation: 534.09 LOC-klassifikation: QC220SAB-klassifikation: Ucca
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
The rise of the binaural listener: spatial hearing in the nineteenth century -- Powers of hearing: acoustic defense and technologies of listening during the first World War -- Sound and music in three dimensions: spectacular stereophony at Bell Telephone Laboratories -- Psycho-acoustics: sound control, emotional control, and sonic warfare -- From a poetics to a politics of space: spatial music and sound installation art -- Mapping the acoustic city: noise mapping and sound mapping -- Sonic urbanism in Beirut.
"Stereophonica examines innovations in the realm of sound and space after 1850, tracing key discoveries across science, technology and the arts"-- Provided by publisher
"The relationship between sound and space has become central to both creative practices in music and sound art and contemporary scholarship on sound. Entire subfields have emerged in connection to the spatial aspects of sound, from spatial audio and sound installation to acoustic ecology and soundscape studies. But how did our understanding of sound become spatial? In Stereophonica, Gascia Ouzounian examines a series of historical episodes that transformed ideas of sound and space, from the advent of stereo technologies in the nineteenth century to visual representations of sonic environments today. Developing a uniquely interdisciplinary perspective, Ouzounian draws on both the history of science and technology and the history of music and sound art. She investigates the binaural apparatus that allowed nineteenth-century listeners to observe sound in three dimensions; examines the development of military technologies for sound location during World War I; revisits experiments in stereo sound at Bell Telephone Laboratories in the 1930s; and considers the creation of “optimized acoustical environments” for theaters and factories. She explores the development of multichannel “spatial music” in the 1950s and sound installation art in the 1960s; analyzes the mapping of soundscapes; and investigates contemporary approaches to sonic urbanism, sonic practices that reimagine urban environments through sound." -- Provided by publisher
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