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Guilt, Agency, Listening and 32-bit – a composer’s need to capture the sound of Covid

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Guilt, Agency, Listening and 32-bit – a composer’s need to capture the sound of Covid. / Godman, Robert.

In: Wildlife Sound, Vol. 15, No. 1, 01.06.2021.

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abstract = "As a composer and sound designer, academic and researcher, listener, cyclist, home-schooler and dad, my working patterns and life-style have changed enormously over the past year. Having taken for granted many aspects of our sonic environment, ecoacoustics [Krause 2015] and soundscape ecology, this has gradually evolved into a fascination with my local sound world. And I can only apologise! This is partly based on ignorance; partly based on the belief that I can{\textquoteright}t listen {\textquoteleft}critically{\textquoteright} due to my locality, and certainly based on the erroneous belief I can{\textquoteright}t {\textquoteleft}capture{\textquoteright} sounds due to my locality. One thing is for sure, my listening has changed.",
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