Tags » Acoustics

Spaces Should Be Designed for the Eyes and the Ears

All of us should be more concerned with the acoustical health of the spaces in which we live, work and play. We should (without being disrespectful) tell our architects and interior designers to work with acoustical consultants to ensure that the spaces they design are pleasing to the eye and also pleasing to the ear. 7 more words

Acoustical Health

The Four Ways Sound Affects Us

Sound designer Julian Treasure to tell us about how sounds affect us in ways that aren’t obvious or immediately noticeable.

Acoustical Health

Field Recording Photos

IDEA: A photographic and audible study of nature.

WHAT: ‘Nash Point / Monk Nash’ is a photographic, phonographic and electro-acoustic study of a stretch of the Glamorgan coastline recorded over a year. 131 more words

Museums of Lost Sound

When one visits an archaeological ruin, one has to use one’s imagination to “fill in the gaps”, as it were. With 3-D computer graphics, it is possible to recreate at least virtually, some architectural spaces, by extrapolating data collated from historical records, any surviving old paintings or sketches, or if one is lucky, even photographs. 803 more words


Ryan O'Shaughnessy Music (Review)

So yes I’m a teenager and although I’m not so much for soppy love songs I have a soft spot for this acoustic Irish artist. Something about his music and lyrics  really moves me. 145 more words


“Gender-Bender is a formidable force on all her albums, but it’s live that we get the full effect of her revolutionary aims. She deserves a bigger stage, and I’m sure anyone who saw her last night left the show feeling exactly the same way.” – THE VILLAGE VOICE… 480 more words

The LP Collective


For years I’ve walked the little city blocks
filled with houses square and oblong,
small, large, and tiny hermit crab shells

I’ve listened to the birds fill the spring morning… 73 more words