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Theatre Noise: The Sound of Performance
This book is a timely contribution to the emerging field of the aurality of theatre and looks in particular at the interrogation and problematisation of theatre sound(s). Both approaches are represented in the idea of 'noise' which we understand both as a concrete sonic entity and a metaphor or theoretical (sometimes even ideological) thrust. Theatre provides a unique ...more
Hardcover, 265 pages
Published December 1st 2011 by Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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On of the more interesting books on sound I have read this semester. Much of the book focuses on sound designers discussing and analyzing their own designs and the designs of their colleagues and illuminating the progression of sound design as an art form, through a series of different lenses.