soundscape

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sound·scape

 (sound′skāp′)
n.
An atmosphere or environment created by or with sound: the raucous soundscape of a city street; a play with a haunting soundscape.

soundscape

(ˈsaʊndˌskeɪp)
n
(Music, other) the overall effect of musical sounds
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As a rough- and-ready means of orientation, I suggest a four-fold typology that enlarges upon previous distinctions between soundscape composition and acousmatic music (Drever, 2002).
The soundscape style, as developed in acoustic ecology and soundscape composition, where the aim is to document and represent the soundings of a particular environment.
2002), "Linking Soundscape Composition and Acoustic Ecology," Organised Sound 7(1): 51-56.
Murray Schafer's World Soundscape Project of the early 1970s, soundscape compositions simulate a passage through a landscape--manifested by sound (Licht, 2009).
The finalists in category A were Linda Antas from the USA with the work Iridescence, Andrew Lewis (UK) with Dark Glass, another British creator Pete Stollery with the soundscape composition Three Cities and Taiwan's Yu Chung Tseng with As Butterflies Flying under the Curtain.
In a soundscape composition, we try to use the listeners' associations as part of the composition," he insists.
The soundscape composition Walking Sound is the fruit of co-operation between the Canadian radio artist and researcher Andrea Dancer and Michal Kindernay, two artists who have met in Prague in previous years.
Soundscape composition as global music: Electroacoustic music as soundscape.
Original music and soundscape compositions by Justin Ralls, inspired by the H.
The program also will include new solo works by Stolet for infrared controllers, interactive music environment and Disklavier and excerpts from recent FMO soundscape compositions.