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39 minutes | a month ago
17 | The London Street Noises project
A team of audio specialists at Goldsmiths, University of London joined Soundproofist to discuss their fascinating soundscape project. After digitizing some historic 1928 recordings of London street noises, they return to the exact same sites to record the street sounds again. They've made these newer recordings on the same day in September and at the same time of day as the original recordings, starting in 2008. What have they learned about the soundscape of London, then and now? Tune in to find out.
13 minutes | 3 months ago
16 | Acoustic cameras and noise (Seven Bel)
Soundproofist likes to learn about technologies and tools that help to resolve noise issues. In this episode, Thomas Rittenschober of Seven Bel describes their new acoustic camera for professional acoustic and engineering applications. This tool creates visual images of noise and identifies its sources. Seven Bel is based in Austria.
42 minutes | 8 months ago
11 | Ocean noise - with Michael Stocker
How does human-generated noise impact the marine life in our oceans? We interview Michael Stocker, the founder and director of Ocean Conservation Research in California. He shares the history of his organization, how they measure ocean noise, how sea animals communicate, and how his organization works proactively to protect whales from needless trauma.
22 minutes | 2 years ago
04 | Hush City - map urban quiet spaces, with Dr. Antonella Radicchi
How to map urban quiet spaces worldwide with the Hush City app - with Dr. Antonella Radicchi, architect, researcher, and founder of Hush City -- an app that enables you to record and map the acoustical quality of spaces in urban areas for research, planning, and enjoyment.
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