soundscape

(redirected from Soundscaping)

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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Jukebox 2 affords those who use this faux-sci-fi smorgasbord of geo-aesthetic soundscaping oceanic expanses of time and space, and it brings together a series of themes and motifs found throughout Dean's work: The console resembles the bridge of a (space) ship, and this maritime aspect is underscored by her selection of seaside sites.
A lifelong fan of world music and ethnomusicology, she enhances her sound on four tracks with the exotic percussion and soundscaping of Mino Cineulu h Cassandra Wilson).