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Live Electroacoustic Soundscape Performance Based on the Unheard Malaysia Natural Soundscape: Music Composition Approach from Nada Sfera

Ainolnaim Azizol
2022 Zenodo  
The objective of this paper is to define 'live' electroacoustic soundscape music and explore its potential in developing Nada Sfera, a live electroacoustic soundscape performance-based composition concept  ...  from Malaysia natural-cultural sites, which serves as an alternative artistic platform for eco-cultural appreciation and conservation.  ...  Performance Based on the Unheard Malaysia Natural Soundscape: Music Composition Approach from Nada Sfera  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6568423 fatcat:duqchgqxeracjdwjd6t6xlwuuq

Davos Soundscape, A Location Based Interactive Composition

Jan C. Schacher
2008 Zenodo  
Composing music for and in a landscape instead of for a closed architectural space offers new perspectives but also raises questions about interaction and composition of electronic music.  ...  New ways of composing music for and in a landscape and for creating audience interaction are explored.  ...  Coming from a background in electronic music, we were interested in using data-flow software for composition.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1179622 fatcat:x6fwi4zpifaxpkjuhe75qhneee

Compositional Processes from an Ecological Perspective

Damián Keller
2000 Leonardo Music Journal  
Xenakis laid out an approach to composition that let one equate sonic elements to data structures and the transformation of material to the use of algorithmic functions.  ...  From a Gibsonian perspective, information is structure that specifies an environment to an animal. This structure inheres in higher-order organization occurring over time [17] .  ...  Xenakis laid out an approach to composition that let one equate sonic elements to data structures and the transformation of material to the use of algorithmic functions.  ... 
doi:10.1162/096112100570459 fatcat:grrhqnhazbe2piikxopbzx5s7a

Combining Passive Acoustics and Environmental Data for Scaling Up Ecosystem Monitoring: A Test on Coral Reef Fishes

Simon Elise, François Guilhaumon, Gérard Mou-Tham, Isabel Urbina-Barreto, Laurent Vigliola, Michel Kulbicki, J. Henrich Bruggemann
2022 Remote Sensing  
Both data types complemented each other. Globally, the acoustic data showed relatively low added value in predicting fish assemblage structures.  ...  Based on the goodness-of-fit of linear models, we compared the potential of passive acoustics and environmental data for predicting the structure of coral reef fish assemblages in different environmental  ...  Although this snapshot approach fails to capture the vast spatio-temporal variabilities in reef soundscapes [31] , here the aim was to test if it could provide information about the structure of the reef  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14102394 fatcat:mgcfssoe7naofbw3nwzzk3iql4

Ecoacoustic and shamanic technologies for multimedia composition and performance

MATTHEW BURTNER
2005 Organised Sound  
In this work, performer/composer interaction, musical composition theory, multimedia performance, and musical instrument design have been transformed in response to these influences.  ...  Simultaneously, the musical processes articulated by this music are structurally tied to environmental systems in a technique discussed here as 'ecoacoustics'.  ...  Ecoacoustic and multichannel composition using SOS synthesis Like ecoacoustics, multichannel composition has a basis in acoustic ecology through soundscape composition.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1355771805000622 fatcat:e6ro3zr3grhznp5olmh6a6775e

Sounding the Alarm: An Introduction to Ecological Sound Art

Jonathan Gilmurray
2016 Muzikološki Zbornik  
In recent years, a number of sound artists have begun engaging with ecological issues through their work, forming a growing movement of ˝ecological sound art˝.  ...  of 'soundscape composition'.  ...  habits…Thus, the real goal of the soundscape composition is the reintegration of the listener with the environment in a balanced ecological relationship. 11 Eco-art The increasing concern with ecological  ... 
doi:10.4312/mz.52.2.71-84 fatcat:c37hfuplhjekhnudj3zlrspqb4

New Directions in Soundscape-based Sound-Art: Hybridising Autoethnography with Computational Analysis

Barrett Natasha
2021 Zenodo  
Fixed media soundscape compositions, electroacoustic music addressing eco-structuralism, site-specific sound installations, performers that use the sound landscape as their stage, and architects and city  ...  Despite this intense interest in soundscape-based sound-art, the creative approach developed in the early years of recording generally persists in current practice: that is, a process guided by experiential  ...  In "Against Soundscape" (Ingold, Against soundscape 2007) Ingold highlights some fair problems for soundscape composition.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5774892 fatcat:jnt4u4xg5zf4rli72t75ywy6iu

Classification and mapping of sound sources in local urban streets through AudioSet data and Bayesian optimized Neural Networks

Deepank Verma, Arnab Jana, Krithi Ramamritham
2019 Noise Mapping  
A subset of an openly available AudioSet data is used to train and evaluate the model against the common sound classes present in the urban streets.  ...  The collection of audio data is done at random locations in the selected study area of 0.2 sq. km.  ...  The recent studies in "Soundscapes," [71] provides an alternative viewpoint in the evaluation of auditory landscape.  ... 
doi:10.1515/noise-2019-0005 fatcat:m5xv6otvtvdqnp6ga6btka4wzi

Combining machine learning and a universal acoustic feature-set yields efficient automated monitoring of ecosystems [article]

Sarab S. Sethi, Nick S. Jones, Ben D. Fulcher, Lorenzo Picinali, Dena J. Clink, Holger Klinck, C. David L. Orme, Peter H. Wrege, Robert M. Ewers
2019 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
Here we developed a generalisable, data-driven solution to this challenge using eco-acoustic data.  ...  Our highly generalisable approach, and the common set of features, will enable scientists to unlock previously hidden insights from eco-acoustic data and offers promise as a backbone technology for global  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Till Hoffman for his input in selecting the audio features.  ... 
doi:10.1101/865980 fatcat:ukkix2iggbghxh2nvgi7ld4je4

Ecoacoustics and Multispecies Semiosis: Naming, Semantics, Semiotic Characteristics, and Competencies

Almo Farina, Alice Eldridge, Peng Li
2021 Biosemiotics  
We stress the inherently subjective nature of all sensory scapes (vivo-, land-, vibro- and soundscapes) and propose that they should always bear an organismic attribution.  ...  We introduce epithets for soundscapes to point to the degree to which the global environment is implicated in semiosis (latent, sensed and interpreted soundscapes); terms for describing key ecological  ...  between landscape and soundscape structure).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12304-021-09402-6 fatcat:cm23f54gjbbnbkbvwtc7b2itoi

Urb: Urban Sound Analysis And Storage Project

José Alberto Gomes, Diogo Tudela
2013 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
to feed an adaptable viewer where you can graphically assess the soundscape evolution. 18 Eco-structuralism is a new approach to music composition designed to maintain the characteristics and context  ...  Eco-Structuralism 18 already uses sound and ecological structures to apply in music creation, and with Urb you have a repository of eco structures from soundscapes that you can use to music or visual creation  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.850425 fatcat:jcm6bthmsvcgxaijw5vphvppkq

Inhabiting the Instrument

Mark Durham
2020 Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression  
Connections in the system allow for multiple streams of data to run between the layers, which are used for the real-time modulation of parameters.  ...  This study presents an ecosystemic approach to music interaction, through the practice-based development of a mixed reality installation artwork.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author wishes to thank Marius Matesan for his collaborative work and support in co-developing this installation, and Ravensbourne University London for their ongoing support with this  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4813344 fatcat:axgnyyk24re2pjsdnh4gu6iawu

What is soundscape ecology? An introduction and overview of an emerging new science

Bryan C. Pijanowski, Almo Farina, Stuart H. Gage, Sarah L. Dumyahn, Bernie L. Krause
2011 Landscape Ecology  
Soundscape ecology tools that will be needed are also discussed along with the several ways in which soundscapes need to be managed.  ...  The study of sound in landscapes is based on an understanding of how sound, from various sourcesbiological, geophysical and anthropogenic-can be used to understand coupled natural-human dynamics across  ...  We describe approaches to each in this section. Acoustic frequency patterns Organisms produce a broad spectrum of sounds, and their composition has several suspected ecological causes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10980-011-9600-8 fatcat:ngrdxj3lffbohe5ksl5tk7bd2e

Eco-Acoustic Assessment of an Urban Park by Statistical Analysis

Roberto Benocci, H. Eduardo Roman, Alessandro Bisceglie, Fabio Angelini, Giovanni Brambilla, Giovanni Zambon
2021 Sustainability  
Index (H), Normalized Difference Soundscape Index (NSDI) and Dynamic Spectral Centroid (DSC).  ...  We investigated the statistical properties of the sounds recorded at a site located in the Parco Nord of Milan, Italy, characterized by wooded land rich in biodiversity and exposed to different sources  ...  Data Availability Statement: Data available upon request. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13147857 fatcat:ssuk2qxmjngbrm3pasgwbios7y

Ecoacoustics: A Quantitative Approach to Investigate the Ecological Role of Environmental Sounds

Almo Farina
2018 Mathematics  
and identification routine, and their fractal structure are some of the most popular indices successfully applied in ecoacoustics.  ...  Ecoacoustics is an important ecological tool to establish an innovative biosemiotic narrative to ensure a strategic connection between nature and humanity, to help in-situ field and remote-sensing surveys  ...  The ecoacoustic approach allows the collection of a great amount of data for long periods of time, but this poses problems in terms of the effort to process such data, representing a challenging matter  ... 
doi:10.3390/math7010021 fatcat:mwwpywgyvjhhdhdo2gierl7qqm
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