Date(s) - 24/05/2019
9:00 - 16:00
See the sound! – An interdisciplinary symposium about visualisation of sound in society, research art & music
Visualisation of sound has through the digitalisation of signal processing today grown to be an important tool to study and handle the world of sound. Visual representation of sound is used today in many different contexts, in voice research, media, music and art, but also in medicine, acoustics, and urban and landscape planning to name a few. Visualisation of the auditory dimension permits us to stop the flow of sound to study or manipulate sound in new and creative ways. The road to visualisation is however by no means without problems and presents both wrong paths and blind alleys, but is infinetly fascinating.
The Sound Environment Center aims to gather different perspectives of research from areas where visualisation plays a part in studying or manipulating sound.
The symposium is free and open to all interested. Lunch and coffee free of charge to registered participants.