The Journal of Acoustic Ecology
Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology
is place for listening, dialogue, and debate.
This annual, peer-reviewed journal is available to all WFAE members.
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We archive current and previous editions of the Journal online in the PDF format. The full Soundscape journal database will be added to this page by March 2017.
Volume 15, Number 1 Fall/Winter 2016 - Sounds Emergent: Diverse Ecologies
Sounds Emergent: Diverse Ecologies
HVAC, or Political Ecology as Facts of Pressure
Currently, Eight Hundred Landscapes
Book Review: Sonic Rupture
Field Research: Baby, It's Cold Outside!
A Tribute to Jed Speare, Composer and Phonographer (1954-2016)
Volume 14, Number 1 Winter/Spring 2014-2015 - Canadian Perspectives
Listening as Reciprocity: Heidegger’s Appropriation in Being-Time
Toward a Sound of Place: Sound, Mapping and Aural Character
Cryophonics: Re-Performing the Ice Songs of the Canadian Sub-Arctic
The Bell Tower of False Creek: Unsettling the Soundscape of Vancouver’s Burrard Bridge
Sound in the Land - Music & the Environment: A Festival Celebrating the Earth
Volume 13, Number 1 Winter/Spring 2013-2014 - Music and Ecologies Of Sound
The Ecology of Sound as Experience
Sound Object? Sound Event! Ideologies of Sound and the Biopolitics of Music
Wayback Sound Machine: Sound Through Time, Space and Place
Machine Listening to Soundscapes: Playful Discovery of Sound Languages
Volume 12, Number 1 Winter/Spring 2012-2013 - The Global Composition
Acoustic Ecology Considered as a The Early Days and the Future
Insights into the Global Composition - Taken at Three Stricken Places in Japan
What Should the Soundscape Community Do When Listening to the Soundscapes of Fukushima?
Interferences Between Acoustic Perspectives in Enclosed Social Environments of Istanbul
GPS Sound Walks, Ecotones and Edge Species; Experiencing Sound within Teri Rueb's Mobile Metaphor
Sonic Ecologies: Exploring the Agency of Soundscapes in Ecological Crisis
Volume 11, Number 1 Fall/Winter 2011 - Crossing Listening Paths
Exploring Balance & Focus in Acoustic Ecology
The Listening Workshop: Nature notes from WFAE 2011, Corfu
Schafer's and McLuhan's Listening Paths - Convergences, Crossings & Diversions
Biophilic Soundscape Design in the Second Order of Nature
Revisiting the Vancouver Soundscape Tape Collection: Motives, Intentions, & Practice
Soundscape Models & Compositional Strategies in Acousmatic music
Towards a Theory of Museological Soundscape Design: Museology as a 'Listening Path'
Listening to the Ecosystem of the Turtle: Enabling the disabled to cross the listening paths of acoustic ecology and environmental education
Bringing the Sounds Back to Etz Hayyim: An acoustic profile of a resurrected endangered space
The Soundscape of Burning Man
A Second Life for Sound: Crossing Sonic Paths in Virtual Worlds
Automatically Updated Soundmaps as a tool for environmental monitoring: Research in progress
In Memory of Iannis Xenakis
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