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Nature and music as a remedy: inviting Londoners to celebrate the coast with the National Trust – Make Cities Sing For the Sea. The British Soundscape website: http://britishsoundscape.com British Soundscape music video: http://vimeo.com/81520000 Project Director | Design Director | Irene Yen-Hsuan Shih Service Design | Royal College of Art firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Baroque Violin | MPerf, Historical Performance | Emily R. Hale Film Director | Cinematographer | Yuen Hsieh Visual Designer | Photographer | Erco Laii
Noise Mapping is a peer-reviewed (single-blind peer-review), electronic-only journal that will promote and spread knowledge on noise mapping through the publication of high quality peer-reviewed papers focusing on the following aspects:
noise mapping and noise action plans: case studies;
models and algorithms for source characterization and outdoor sound propagation: proposals,
applications, comparisons, round robin tests;
local, national and international policies and good practices for noise mapping, planning,
management and control;
evaluation of noise mitigation actions;
evaluation of environmental noise exposure;
actions and communications to increase public awareness of environmental noise issues;
outdoor soundscape studies and mapping;
classification, evaluation and preservation of quiet areas.
Papers concerning noise mapping of emissions by the following sources are welcome for publication:
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On the 08th of October 2009 as part of the ‘sound and narrative’ elective - MA graphic design, we were asked to go on a soundwalk. The idea was to walk around a part of the city and listen to the sounds that usually passes unheard in our daily routines. We see cyclists but don’t listen to the wheels turning, cook and don’t know what peeling a potato sounds like, get caught in the rain and don’t stop to listen to the drops hitting the ground. So during this afternoon we soundwalked and recorded what we were able to hear behind the noise. These recordings where then used as part of the soundtrack we each produced for a section of the film ‘Eraserhead’ (David Lynch, 1977). You can see the final result below. The picture in the booklet were taken as a reminder of what was recorded as once you displace the sound from the action it sometimes takes on a new meaning.
Dossier: Le bruit dans l’histoire > Nous devenons sourds > Coûts externes et maladies > Une question de perception > Besoin de tranquillité > Les mesures concrètes Hors dossier: Soigner les forêts de protection > Un psylle contre la renouée > Toxiques dans les déchets électroniques > 150 ans d’hydrométrie