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Sharing Background Noise: Enactive Approach in Reading Auditory Space


Başık, Altan; Alaçam, Sema;


This paper conceptualizes the Auditory space in terms of hearing process by employing the Enactive Approach. In this context, this study aims investigate the spatial awareness and proposes a research methodology to achieve access to the auditory space where places share similar background noise. This methodology consists of two phases: field recording of the pre-determined route first explored by the Spectrogram Sound Analysis (SSA) technique, secondly with the participation of 8 subjects, a survey analysis based on listening to records captured from the predefined route. This research aims to reveal potential use of SSA by relating to survey examination as a new way of reading space.



Palavras-chave: Background Noise, Auditory Space, Enactive Approach, Spectrogram, Survey Examination,

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DOI: 10.5151/sigradi2018-1565

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Başık, Altan; Alaçam, Sema; "Sharing Background Noise: Enactive Approach in Reading Auditory Space", p. 100-108 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2018.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/sigradi2018-1565

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