Acoustic Communication, Volume 1

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2001 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
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Since the first edition was published seventeen years ago dramatic social and technical changes have altered the world of acoustic communication. This book draws upon many traditional disciplines that deal with specific aspects of sound, and presents material within an interdisciplinary framework. It establishes a model for understanding all acoustic and aural experiences both in their traditional forms and as they have been radically altered in the 20th century. Digital technology has completely redefined the listening and consumption patterns of sound. We are now able to benefit from the march of technology via a companion CD-ROM, which accompanies this volume for the first time.
  

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Contents

II Electro acousticsThe Impact of Technology on Acoustic Communication
119
Discography
259
References
263

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About the author (2001)

BARRY TRUAX is a Professor in both the School of Communication and the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University where he teaches courses in acoustic communication and electroacoustic music.

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