Location: Zoom virtual Meeting (5pm Central European Time / Germany time zone)
Moderated by: Rafael Kassier, Tobias Goldmann
Speaker(s): Keely Siebein
Murray Schafer, the man often credited for coining the term "soundscape", has created an enormous impact in the way in which people document, think about and analyze sounds around them. He was a musician and composer, and explored soundscapes in a way that sought to catalog and record them in hopes of preserving the sounds around us.
This presentation will explore his works and his research in the World Soundscape Project. Using concepts from his seminal book, the presentation will review a number of soundscape terms, how they are directly influenced by Schafer's work and were transformed into the Soundscape Technique, that has been applied to hundreds of projects all over the world.
The presentation will explore several case studies that apply these principles to soundscape explorations of historic, natural, urban and indoor environments. The presentation explores how these principles can be integrated into a theoretical framework of architectural, urban and natural acoustic design and practice today.
Keely Siebein - Siebein Acoustic, ASA, INCE, LEED AP BD+
Keely Siebein has over 21 years' experience in architectural and environmental acoustics and has worked on nearly 400 projects worldwide. She has edited and co-authored several books, book chapters and journal articles. She is passionate about sustainable buildings and is President of the Florida chapter of the ASA, a member of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA), and a member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineers, (INCE).
The colloquium will be held in English with a presentation of 60 minutes, followed by a 30-minute discussion.
The Meeting Format: We will be hosting this meeting using Zoom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. For most participants, audio and video are muted during the presentation. In the discussion they can be unmuted (indicated by the raised hand function). This will be explained again at the beginning of the meeting. For a better quality we suggest to use a headset with microphone. The presentation will be recorded. By turning on your camera you are consenting for your image to be used in a photograph of the event.
Other Business: There will be an open discussion after the talk.
Posted: Saturday, November 20, 2021