04 March 2010
I've been working on my report today and have been trying to define a boundary for this study. Only the more I look into this subject, the bigger it becomes.
Subsequently, I've narrowed it all down and decided on my chapters. One thing (amongst many) that I've excluded is researching the idea of dance as a way of visualizing/interpreting sound - although the above Busby Berkeley images do share a similarity to the cymatics I've been looking at. I still think that they're worth ackowledging here.
Meantime, here is the list of chapters for the first section of the research report:
4. INTERPRETING SOUND
4.1 MUSIC NOTATION
4.2 WAVEFORMS, CYMATICS, SPECTROGRAMS AND OTHER CONTEMPORARY SOUND VISUALIZATIONS
4.3 WASSILLY KANDINSKY AND SYNAESTHESIA
4.4 VERBAL REPRESENTATIONS OF SOUND
4.5 JOHN CAGE AND NOISE AS ART
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- Sonic Warfare: Sound, Affect, and the Ecology of F...
- Upcoming projects from Matthew Herbert
- Lise Malinovsky postcard
- Bigger Than Words, Wider Than Pictures invitation
- Stadsbiblioteket in Malmo
- The Black Diamond
- Book making
- Identity based on "sonic energy"
- Basic Sound Effector from Adam Brandon
- Cardboard Record Sleeve Doubles as Record Player
- British Library photos
- British Library project
- Visit to the British Library
- Toulon books
- Chris Cunningham
- "What Is Noise?"
- Noisia - 'Machine Gun' video
- Paul Octavious - The Book Collection
- Clavilux 2000: Generative Music Visualization Comp...
- Larry Cuba's 'Calculated Movements'
- Current reading
- Ikea use augmented reality
- Reply from The British Library #2
- Reply to The British Library
- Reply from The British Library
- Cymatics in 3D
- Augmented Reality tutorial
- Amsterdam Library #2
- Amsterdam Library #1
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