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Referential Sound

Latest update : 4 May 2007.

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  • Italian definition

    4 maggio 2007, di Pierre Couprie

    Suono referenziale
    Propriet√ dei suoni registratiche espongono, suggeriscono o almeno non nascondono la fonte a cui appartengono. Se si considera il discorso dalla parte opposta, non della generazione ma della percezione e in relazione al contesto, si parla di non astrattezza di suoni. Rodolfo Caesar cita il suoni che puntano verso una collocazione macroscopica, come le scene e i fenomeni naturali, l’attivit√ umana o meccanica. Non √® la loro origine reale, tuttavia, che interessa, (...)

  • German definition

    17 February 2007, by Pierre Couprie

    Referential-Klang

  • French definition

    4 December 2006, by Pierre Couprie

    Référentiel (Son)
    Propri√©t√© qu’ont les sons enregistr√©s √ montrer, sugg√©rer ou, du moins, ne pas masquer la source dont ils proviennent. Ce concept est en opposition √ celui d’int√©riorit√©, il d√©signe les sons non-abstraits, c’est-√ -dire les sons dont le contexte prime sur les crit√®res intrins√®ques per√ßus. √€ travers le concept de son r√©f√©rentiel, Rodolfo Caesar ne d√©signe que les sons qui induisent une perception plus macroscopique, se rapprochant de (...)

  • Spanish definition

    11 August 2006, by Rob Weale

    Sonido Referencial
    Propiedad de los sonidos grabados que expone, sugiere, o por lo menos no oculta, la fuente a la cual ellos pertenecen. Un vector apuntando a la direcci√≥n opuesta al de la interioridad, que hace referencia a la imposibilidad de escuchar a los sonidos como algo abstracto, es decir, de percibirlos fuera de los criterios intr√≠nsecos de su contexto. Como sonidos referenciales quisiera nombrar solo a aquellos que apuntan hacia un entorno m√°s macrosc√≥pico, refiriendo a (...)

  • English definition

    6 January 2005, by Rob Weale

    Property of recorded sounds which expose, suggest or at least do not hide the source to which they belong. A vector pointing in the opposite direction to interiority, it refers to the ’non-abstractness’ of sounds, i.e.: to their context away from intrinsic criteria of perception. By referential sounds I should like to designate only those which point towards a more macroscopic setting, referring to natural scenes and phenomena, human or mechanical activity. It is not their real (...)

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