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[REPORT DEMANDÉ] Making Noise - sound in urban research practice
ATELIER REPORTE EN 2021
|Responsable de l'activité||
Mme Hendrikje Alpermann, UNIL
M. Simone Ranocchiari, UNIL
Prof. Britta Sweers, Université de Berne - à confirmer
Un-e intervenant-e externe
Recording, analyzing and decoding sound – most researchers use recordings for their empirical research. But most of us just use sound to remember what has been said. Some might note "she laughs", "someone entering the room" or similar things in brackets to add more layers to the transcriptions of their interviews to add layers to it, to add atmosphere that is important to the recorded situation. Soon we realize that is sometimes a very difficult task to translate atmosphere and sound in written words.
Starting from those reflections on our own research, we want to explore with you what sound can add to our research and then explore different techniques of recording inviting researchers and practitioners experienced in the art of recording and sound. Joint reading of key texts from different disciplines.
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Bijsterveld, K. 2004 "What Do I Do with My Tape Recorder…?": Sound Hunting and the Sounds of Everyday Dutch Life in the 1950s and 1960s. Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television 24(4): 613–634.
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