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The Journal of Sonic Studies

Table of contents for volume 6 (2014)

  • EDITORIAL: DESIGNING OUR SONIC LIVES. Vincent Meelberg, Elif Özcan
    [Article] 
  • ALARMING ATMOSPHERES - EMBODIED SOUND HABITUATION AS DESIGN STRATEGY IN A NEURO-INTENSIVE CARE UNIT. Marie Højlund, Sofie Kinch
    [Abstract] [Article] 
  • FROM FOLEY TO FUNCTION: A PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH TO SOUND DESIGN FOR NOVEL INTERACTIONS. Daniel Hug, Moritz Kemper
    [Abstract] [Article] 
  • SOUND DESIGN FOR MEDIA: INTRODUCING STUDENTS TO SOUND. Karen Collins, Bill Kapralos
    [Abstract] [Article] 
  • THE SONIC LIFEWORLD: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL EXPLORATION OF THE IMAGINATIVE POTENTIAL OF ANIMATION SOUND. James Batcho
    [Abstract] [Article] 
  • TUNED IN AND HANDS ON: SOUND DESIGNERS BEYOND TECHNICAL EXPERTISE. Isabelle Delmotte
    [Abstract] [Article] 
  • THE HARLEY EFFECT: INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL FACTORS THAT FACILITATE POSITIVE EXPERIENCES WITH PRODUCT SOUNDS. Elif Özcan
    [Abstract] [Article] 
  • USING PARTICIPATORY VISUALISATION OF SOUNDSCAPES TO COMPARE DESIGNERS’ AND LISTENERS’ EXPERIENCES OF SOUND DESIGNS. Iain McGregor, Phil Turner, David Benyon
    [Abstract] [Article] 
  • REVIEW: CATHY LANE & ANGUS CARLYLE, IN THE FIELD: THE ART OF FIELD RECORDING. Marcel Cobussen
    [Article] 
  • REVIEW: CAROLYN BIRDSALL, NAZI SOUNDSCAPES: SOUND, TECHNOLOGY AND URBAN SPACE IN GERMANY, 1933-1945. Trever Hagen
    [Article]