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Truax, Barry

Sonology: A Questionable Science Revisited

1999c

Friday 26 January 2007, by Rob Weale

In this chapter, the author offers a personal account of the environment in which Otto Laske’s ideas concerning sonology were established – sonology is the science of sound structures susceptible to a semantic interpretation, it arose out of a critique of conventional music theory and musicology. Truax also discusses the profound influence that Laske’s ideas have had on his creative work in electroacoustic music and acoustic communication.

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