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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Voices of the Wild: Animal Songs, Human Din, and the Call to Save Natural Soundscapes
BN Soundscapes - 14 original works created for BeautifulNow by Master of Sound Julian Treasure.
A series of zoetropes, meanwhile, showcase animated paintings from the exhibition, featuring four commissioned original soundscapes composed by musician "flyingdogwalking", Josh Cummins, which people will be able to listen to on headphones.
The Pale Blue Dots is a project of complete freedom, with Bunf and I exploring mutual interests in sounds that come to us freely as well as working together to create new songs and soundscapes that give listeners something to hold on to.
After studying the data, Professor Wiseman discovered that the soundscapes did indeed influence people's dreams.
Washington, March 7 ( ANI ): People who are born blind are capable of learning to perceive the shape of the human body through soundscapes that translate images into sound.
com)-- Trap fans and producers can now smoothly perform synthesizer lines, percussion loops and soundscapes using Bass Drop Trap 1.
Soundscapes may include weather sounds, sounds of movement, sounds created by humans and their machines, and sounds created by animals.
There are 20 soundscapes with themes such as Wild West, Space Shuttle and A Trip to Tokyo.
ANO NUEVO STATE PARK, CA "Elephant seals gather here and bellow and snort, creating one of the great soundscapes of the West," Rice says.
BANJO OR FREAKOUT Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff Tel: 029 2023 2199 Blissful electronic mash-ups and soundscapes.
The lush soundscapes on their new album Snowflake Midnight sees the band back at the top of their game, reminiscent of their big hit All Is Dream way back 2001.