Sonic Warfare (Google eBook)

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Review: Sonic Warfare: Sound, Affect, and the Ecology of Fear (Technologies of Lived Abstraction Series)

User Review  - Matt Harris - Goodreads

Difficult, wild, rigorous, re-readable, bizarre, unsettling, inspiring, consistent, surprising... Read full review

Review: Sonic Warfare: Sound, Affect, and the Ecology of Fear (Technologies of Lived Abstraction Series)

User Review  - Rob Ray - Goodreads

Only read pieces of this so far, but so far so good. This book reads like a doctoral dissertation with a bit more spit and polish. Which is kind of a bummer as there's some great ideas here made a little too cloudy by academic puffery. Read full review

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Contents

1998 A Conceptual Event
1
2001 What Is Sonic Warfare?
5
24001400 BC Project Jericho
15
1946 Sonic Dominance
27
1933 Abusing the Military Entertainment Complex
31
403221 BC The Logistics of Deception
35
1944 The Ghost Army
41
1842 Sonic Effects
45
1992 The Throbbing Crowd
109
1993 Vorticist Rhythmachines
113
1946 Virtual Vibrations
117
2012 Artificial Acoustic Agencies
123
1877 Capitalism and Schizophonia
129
1976 Outbreak
133
1971 The Earworm
141
2025 Déjà Entendu
149

1977 A Sense of the Future
49
1913 The Art of War in the Art of Noise
55
1989 Apocalypse Then
59
1738 Bad Vibrations
63
1884 Dark Precursor
69
1999 Vibrational Anarchitecture
75
137 Billion BC The Ontology of Vibrational Force
81
1931 Rhythmanalysis
85
1900 The Vibrational Nexus
91
1929 Throbs of Experience
95
1677 Ecology of Speeds
99
9950 BC Rhythm out of Noise
105
1985 Dub Virology
155
1928 Contagious Orality
163
2020 Planet of Drums
171
2003 Contagious Transmission
177
2039 Holosonic Control
183
Conclusion UnsoundThe SubPoliticsof Frequency
189
Glossary
195
Notes
199
References
251
Index
265
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