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Soundscape Composition as Context-based Creation

Inhalt: Soundscape composition, as pioneered by the World Soundscape Project at Simon Fraser University, has become a relatively well-defined genre, combining the artistic with the social, and often characterized as being intimately located to place. Although that may be true in many instances, it can also be understood as a range of approaches within an even broader concept, namely “context-based composition.” One of the aims of this seminar/lab is to provide not only a survey of historical and contemporary examples of this approach and concept, but to think more seriously about how it can be defined, what are its implications and affordances, and what emerging practices seem most fruitful. Special attention will be given to multi-channel reproduction techniques, environmental sound processing and composition.


A key distinguishing feature of context-based composition appears to be that real-world contexts inform the design and composition of aurally based work at every level, that is, in the materials, their organization, and ultimately the work’s placement within cultural contexts. Perhaps most significantly, listeners are encouraged to bring their knowledge of real world contexts into their participation with these works. As such they fundamentally differ from an approach that utilizes sounds related only to each other in an apparently autonomous form. Context-based practice can, among other approaches, range from sonifications, phonographic uses of field recordings, to site-specific installations, and abstracted soundscape compositions based in real-world or even virtual, imagined spaces.

Zeitraum und Ort

Zeitraum: 20.10.2015-15.12.2015
Wochentag / Zeit:
Dienstag 10-14 Uhr

Zeitraum: 05.01.2016-09.02.2016 (Einzelsprechstunden á 1h)
Wochentag / Zeit:
Dienstag 10-12 Uhr

Raum: EN 324

Dozenten und Tutoren

Dozent: Prof. Barry Truax

Tutor: David Runge

Weitere Informationen

Veranstaltungstyp: Seminar
Umfang: 2 SWS
Veranstaltungsnummer: 3135 L 786

Terminübersicht

20.10.2015      Soundscape as concept and terminology: Introduction to soundscape
                        composition, acoustic ecology, sustainability, niche hypothesis

27.10.2015      Introduction to the World Soundscape Project
                        Survey of historical documents and approaches to field recording,
                        documentation

3.11.2015       Approaches to soundscape composition (spatial perspectives)
                       Found sound (phonography) and abstracted practices and techniques

10.11.2015     Historical precedents (Ruttmann, Schwartz, Ferrari)

17.11.2015     Text and gender-based approaches as context-based composition
                       Rubin, Body, Truax, Lane, Cousins

24.11.2015     Hildegard Westerkamp

1.12.2015       Barry Truax, multi-channel soundscape works

8.12.2015       Soundscape and Acousmatic approaches mixed
                       Risset, Lansky, Norman, Andean, Raimondo

15.12.2015     Other artists (Feld, Schine, Wagstaff, Burtner, Proy)


5.1.2016 –
      Compositional analysis and mentoring of student projects
9.2.2016
         

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