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.
|Type||UHI Research Blog|
|Media of output||Website article|
|Publisher||UHI Research Repository|
|Publication status||Published - 28 Nov 2017|