An insight into archaeoacoustics

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Archaeoacoustics is a multidisciplinary practice requiring the knowledge of anthropologists and archaeologists, architects, acousticians, audio engineers and sound designers, historians and musicologists. As a sound designer and audio engineer, I came to archaeoacoustics through acoustic ecology (the study of the relationship between human beings and their environment, mediated through sound) and through conversations with archaeologists.
Original languageEnglish
TypeUHI Research Blog
Media of outputWebsite article
PublisherUHI Research Repository
Publication statusPublished - 28 Nov 2017


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