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Interiority

Latest update : 1 May 2007.

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  • Italian definition

    1 maggio 2007, di Pierre Couprie

    Interiorit√
    Qualit√ di un suono che non si riferiscono alle sue cause o fonti esterne, ma al contrario si riferisce a ci√≤ che ciascuno sente durante il cosiddetto processo di Ascolto ridotto (√©coute r√©duite). Nel momento in cui l’attenzione viene sviata rispetto all’esteriorit√ di un suono o al suo contesto, l’esperienza di ascolto ridotto permette di entrare veramente le qualit√ interne come la massa, il grano, ecc. (Fonte - Rodolfo Caesar (1992). The Composition of (...)

  • French definition

    2 December 2006, by Pierre Couprie

    Intériorité
    Cette notion d√©signe les qualit√©s d’un son qui ne se r√©f√®rent pas √ sa cause ou sa source externe. Elle est proche de ce que Pierre Schaeffer nomme “√©coute r√©duite”. Lorsque l’attention est d√©tourn√©e de l’ext√©riorit√© ou de la r√©f√©rence d’un son, l’exp√©rience de l’√©coute r√©duite peut entrer pleinement en jeu √ travers la perception de la masse, du grain, etc., des qualit√©s internes du son. (Source - Rodolfo Caesar (...)

  • Spanish definition

    10 August 2006, by Rob Weale

    Interioridad
    La Interioridad nombra a las cualidades del sonido que no refieren a fuentes o causas externas. Es parecido a lo que uno oye durante lo que Pierre Schaeffer llama la "Escucha Reducida" (√©coute r√©duite). Cuando la atenci√≥n no est√° dirigida hacia la exterioridad del sonido o a una referencia, la experiencia "reducida" puede ser, a su modo, igual o m√°s completa y compleja, incluyendo la percepci√≥n de la masa, el grano, etc., cualidades del "interior" de los sonidos. (...)

  • English definition

    16 February 2005, by Rob Weale

    Interiority designates the qualities of sound that do not refer to external causes/sources. It is close to what one hears during what Pierre Schaeffer called ’√©coute r√©duite’ (Reduced Listening). When attention is drawn away from a sound’s exteriority, or reference, the ’reduced’ experience can be at least as full and complicated in its own way, including the perception of mass, grain, etc. - qualities of the ’interior’ of sounds. (Source - (...)

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