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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Murray Schafer. Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — The Soundscape by R. The soundscape--a term coined by the author--is our sonic environment, the ever-present array of noises with which we all live.
Beginning with the primordial sounds of nature, we have experienced an ever-increasing complexity of our sonic surroundings. The author contends that we now suffer from an overabundance of acoustic information and a proportionate diminishing of our ability to hear the nuances and subtleties of sound. Our task, he maintains, is to listen, analyze, and make distinctions. As a society we have become more aware of the toxic wastes that can enter our bodies through the air we breathe and the water we drink.
In fact, the pollution of our sonic environment is no less real. Schafer emphasizes the importance of discerning the sounds that enrich and feed us and using them to create healthier environments. This book is a pioneering exploration of our acoustic environment, past and present, and an attempt to imagine what it might become in the future. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published October 1st by Destiny Books first published January 1st More Details Original Title.
Other Editions 9. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Soundscape , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 16, C. Reider rated it really liked it. This is mostly a pretty fun book with some sections that inspired a good deal of thought. His conservative, finger-wagging tone is kind of galling though. Murray is unhappy with the world as it sounds, and he wants qualified people to change it.
In one section he complains about the ring of a telephone saying that his idea of acoustic design could lead to everyone having their own "personalized" telephone ring. Now that this is a ubiquitous fact, I can't say that the soundscape is better for it. Can't wait 'till all our cars make a "personalized" vroom.
View 1 comment. Aug 20, Roberto rated it it was amazing Shelves: sound. At times I found myself laughing, frowning and completely disagreeing with the autor and in a matter of seconds, completely inspired. I absolutely loved this book. Sep 07, Edward Ferrari rated it liked it.
I knew it was bound to be a little a bit dated when I chose it it was published in the 70's , but a lot of what must have been inspirational about it at the time remains that way. I found it frequently to be on the right side of poetic overstatement and despite the anti-noise argument frequently relying on rhetoric rather than reason I found it an enjoyable and informative read.
Jan 02, Albert Murillo rated it it was amazing. Reconozco que el tema del paisaje sonoro me interesa mucho, pero creo que es un libro que puede interesar a todo el mundo. May 20, Liz rated it really liked it. I was assigned this book for a class. For a textbook it reads really well. I read it fron to back no problem bc it is filled with interesting ideas on sounds, memory, experience, emotions, psychology, etc.
Apr 21, Frieantpieaggio rated it liked it. The definition of space by acoustic means is much more ancient than the establishment of property lines and fences; and as private property becomes increasingly threatened in the modern world, it may be that principles regulating the complex network of overlapping and interpenetrating acoustic spaces as observed by birds and animals will again have greater significance for the human community also.
Thus the "good vibes" of the sixties, which promised and alternative life style, traveled a well-known road, which finally led from Leeds to Liverpool; for what was happening was that the new counterculture, typified by Beatlemania, was actually stealing the Sacred Noise from the camp of the industrialists and setting it up in the hearts and communes of the hippies. I loved this book! Obviously the first book one must read when studying and producing soundscape design.
There is so much information here with a high degree of historical breadth. While one must certainly read further into more specified histories, this is the best introduction on the topic. Highly recommended for all interested in sound design, noise, music, silence and everything else heard and unheard. Aug 21, James Carroll rated it really liked it. This is a fascinating book about the music of the world around us. As a composer it has literally tuned me in to how musical materials surround us, making it easier to find accessible compositional ideas from nature and from technology.
Jun 10, Miriam rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction , food-for-the-mind. Murray Schafer which means our ever-present sonic environment.
Through history this soundscape has continued to increase in complexity as the world of the post-industrial revolution continues to evolve. As our awareness concerning the dangers of toxic waste and environmental pollution grows, there is however a lack of awareness concerning the ever-increasing pollution of our sonic environment.
A must-read for anyone concerned with our acoustic environment, both past and present, and what it might become in the future.. This is one of my favorite sound-awareness-books. Might be a bit heavy in some parts but a great eye and ear -opener. Sep 15, Karen Chung rated it really liked it.
The writing style of this book put me off a bit at first - it tends to ring pedantic now and then, though you get the feeling the author is fighting hard to not use too many of the obscure, technical words he knows and is comfortable with, including several that he himself has coined. But after a few chapters it didn't bother me much anymore. And the technologies referred to go only back to , but this is not a major problem - the author's points remain largely valid in the present day as wel The writing style of this book put me off a bit at first - it tends to ring pedantic now and then, though you get the feeling the author is fighting hard to not use too many of the obscure, technical words he knows and is comfortable with, including several that he himself has coined.
And the technologies referred to go only back to , but this is not a major problem - the author's points remain largely valid in the present day as well. He just could have had a lot more to say on some topics had the current digital technologies been current by the 70s. Overall this is a really excellent guide to becoming more tuned in to the myriad of sounds around us in all modern environments. I found I'd had similar thoughts on lots of things, e.
If you are interested in and sensitive to all manner of sounds, or would like to become more so, I highly recommend this book. Depuis le temps que j'avais ce livre phare de R. Point de tout cela. Dec 01, Dhruv rated it liked it. This is an informative read for somenone interested in sound and its design. Getting through the initial chapters was a struggle.
The later half of the book was more useful. It is full of information relating to the author's personal experiences and to studies carried out as part of the world soundscape project. These include numerous facts on various sounds and their significance.
This book will definitely point out interested readers in the right direction for further exploration. It reinforce This is an informative read for somenone interested in sound and its design. It reinforced in me the idea of observing, analyzing and working towards the betterment of our soundscape. I expected to like this book more. It's an innovative ecological reading on music and sound. The best part is the glossary and his coining of new words back in the 70's like Soundscape, Ear Cleaning, Earwitness, Schizophonia, and Sonography.
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The Soundscape: Our Environment and the Tuning of the World