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Comment on SO! Amplifies: #hearmyhome and the Soundscapes of the Everyday by SO! Amplifies: Listening to the City Handbook | Sounding Out!

Mon, 16 Apr 2018 13:01:16 +0000

[…] SO! Amplifies: #hearmyhome and the Soundscapes of the Everyday–Cassie J. Brownell and Jon M. Wargo […]



Comment on SO! Amplifies: Feminatronic by SO! Amplifies: Listening to the City Handbook | Sounding Out!

Mon, 16 Apr 2018 13:01:14 +0000

[…] SO! Amplifies: Feminatronic […]



Comment on SO! Amplifies: Cities and Memory by SO! Amplifies: Listening to the City Handbook | Sounding Out!

Mon, 16 Apr 2018 13:01:11 +0000

[…] SO! Amplifies: Cities and Memory–Stuart Fowkes […]



Comment on SO! Amplifies: Ian Rawes and the London Sound Survey by SO! Amplifies: Listening to the City Handbook | Sounding Out!

Mon, 16 Apr 2018 13:01:09 +0000

[…] SO! Amplifies: Ian Rawes and the London Sound Survey–Ian Rawes […]



Comment on Blinded By the Sound: Marvel’s Dazzler – Light & Sound in Comics by “Is There Anything Left to be Shattered?”: Reading Dazzler in the #MeToo Moment | The Middle Spaces

Tue, 10 Apr 2018 15:15:48 +0000

[…] which ran for 42 issues from 1981-1986. [For a more detailed look at Dazzler, please check out Oyola’s post at Sounding Out! from 2012.] Written by Jim Shooter, with art by Frank Springer and Vince Colletta, Dazzler: The […]












Comment on Quebec’s #casseroles: on participation, percussion and protest by A Tradition of Free and Odious Utterance: Free Speech & Sacred Noise in Steve Waters’s Temple | Sounding Out!

Mon, 09 Apr 2018 13:02:10 +0000

[…] again are too metaphorical, separated from the uneven histories of protected speech and the materiality of noisy protests. As Jonathan Sterne writes, out of the perceived noise and meaninglessness of protests there emerge […]



Comment on Sound and Sanity: Rallying Against “The Voice” by A Tradition of Free and Odious Utterance: Free Speech & Sacred Noise in Steve Waters’s Temple | Sounding Out!

Mon, 09 Apr 2018 13:02:01 +0000

[…] in political discourse is a reminder that sound has an ability to interact with consciousness in non-rational, even hypnotic ways. We see a kind of hypnosis in the very language of “free speech” today, a term invoked by the […]



Comment on What Feels Good to Me: Extra-Verbal Vocal Sounds and Sonic Pleasure in Black Femme Pop Music by Feminist Theory Week 10: Stallings & Royster on trans aesthetics in Rihanna, Michael Jackson, & Grace Jones

Mon, 02 Apr 2018 13:22:45 +0000

[…] This type of sexuality doesn’t just happen in dance. It also happens in the extra-verbal vocal performances Royster identifies in Michael Jackson’s oeuvre. “Through his cries, whispers, groans, whines, and grunts, Jackson occupies a third space of gender, one that often undercuts his audience’s expectations of erotic identification” (119). I have written a long piece about how this technique appears in contemporary pop, which you can read here. […]



Comment on Radio Ambulante: A Radio that Listens by Class Leading/Radio Ambulante: A Radio that Listens – deanswam

Sat, 31 Mar 2018 21:30:00 +0000

[…] https://soundstudiesblog.com/2014/05/08/radio-ambulante-a-radio-that-listens/ […]



Comment on Sounding Out! Podcast #13: Sounding Shakespeare in S(e)oul by SO! Podcast #66: Listening In with Sounding Out! (feat. Marlen Rios) | Sounding Out!

Mon, 26 Mar 2018 13:00:50 +0000

[…] Sounding Out! Podcast #13: Sounding Shakespeare in S(e)out – Brooke A. Carlson […]



Comment on Sounding Out! Podcast #38: Radio Frequencies, Radio Forms LIVE by SO! Podcast #66: Listening In with Sounding Out! (feat. Marlen Rios) | Sounding Out!

Mon, 26 Mar 2018 13:00:47 +0000

[…] Sounding Out! Podcast #38: Radio Frequencies, Radio Forms LIVE — Monteith McCollum, Jennifer Stoever, and Daniel Santos […]



Comment on Karaoke and Ventriloquism: Echoes and Divergences by Disturb This Groove: What Is The Legacy Of Soul Music? – Me You World….it's about me …it's about you…

Sat, 24 Mar 2018 20:15:56 +0000

[…] that the decade from which she chose to draw her covers from, as pop music scholar Karen Tongson notes, is karaoke’s sweet spot. My own go-to karaoke song is “Private Dancer.” Others […]



Comment on Karaoke and Ventriloquism: Echoes and Divergences by What Is The Legacy Of Soul Music? : The Record : NPR - Florida News

Sat, 24 Mar 2018 13:35:03 +0000

[…] that the decade from which she chose to draw her covers from, as pop music scholar Karen Tongson notes, is karaoke’s sweet spot. My own go-to karaoke song is “Private Dancer.” Others […]



Comment on Karaoke and Ventriloquism: Echoes and Divergences by Disturb This Groove: What Is The Legacy Of Soul Music? – BingPress

Sat, 24 Mar 2018 13:21:06 +0000

[…] that the decade from which she chose to draw her covers from, as pop music scholar Karen Tongson notes, is karaoke’s sweet spot. My own go-to karaoke song is “Private Dancer.” Others […]



Comment on Karaoke and Ventriloquism: Echoes and Divergences by Disturb This Groove: What Is The Legacy Of Soul Music? – AKANews – Featured Articles

Sat, 24 Mar 2018 12:06:06 +0000

[…] that the decade from which she chose to draw her covers from, as pop music scholar Karen Tongson notes, is karaoke’s sweet spot. My own go-to karaoke song is “Private Dancer.” Others […]



Comment on Botanical Rhythms: A Field Guide to Plant Music by Contemplative Ecologies 4 – SNC LAB

Fri, 23 Mar 2018 17:36:12 +0000

[…] This article on plant music and the ethics of plant life introduced me to two new terms: plant blindness, which describes “the inability to see or notice […]



Comment on Blinded By the Sound: Marvel’s Dazzler – Light & Sound in Comics by Like a Phoenix: On Selective Completion & Re-Collecting X-Men | The Middle Spaces

Tue, 20 Mar 2018 15:12:03 +0000

[…] a single issue of and never got to read all the way through. I even have a full run of Dazzler that I have written about before and was one of the first full runs I ever worked to get my hands on. I should probably consider […]



Comment on detritus 1 & 2 and V.F(i)n_1&2 : The Sounds and Images of Postnational Violence in Mexico by El Caracol: A Stroll through Space and Time in Mexico City | Sounding Out!

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 13:01:05 +0000

[…] detritus 1 & 2 and V.F(i)n_1&2 : The Sounds and Images of Postnational Violence in Mexico–Luz María Sánchez […]



Comment on Voices at Work: Listening to and for Elsewhere at Public Gatherings in Toronto, Canada (at So-called 150) by El Caracol: A Stroll through Space and Time in Mexico City | Sounding Out!

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 13:01:04 +0000

[…] Voices at Work: Listening to and for Elsewhere at Public Gatherings in Toronto, Canada (at So-called…–Gabriela Jimenez […]



Comment on Sounding Out! Podcast #24: The Raitt Street Chronicles: A Survivor’s History by El Caracol: A Stroll through Space and Time in Mexico City | Sounding Out!

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 13:01:01 +0000

[…] SO! Podcast EPISODE 24: The Raitt Street Chronicles: A Survivor’s History–Sharon Sekhon […]



Comment on SO! Amplifies: Sounding Board Curated by Leonardo Cardoso by El Caracol: A Stroll through Space and Time in Mexico City | Sounding Out!

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 13:01:00 +0000

[…] SO! Amplifies: Sounding Board Curated by Leonardo Cardoso–-Jay Loomis […]



Comment on Standing Up, For Jose by El Caracol: A Stroll through Space and Time in Mexico City | Sounding Out!

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 13:00:59 +0000

[…] Standing Up, For Jose–Installation Piece by Mandie O’Connell […]






Comment on Sounding Out! Podcast #40: Linguicide, Indigenous Community and the Search for Lost Sounds by Speaking American | Sounding Out!

Mon, 12 Mar 2018 13:02:06 +0000

[…] Sounding Out! Podcast #40: Linguicide, Indigenous Community and the Search for Lost Sounds […]



Comment on Speaking “Mexican” and the use of “Mock Spanish” in Children’s Books (or Do Not Read Skippyjon Jones) by Speaking American | Sounding Out!

Mon, 12 Mar 2018 13:02:03 +0000

[…] Speaking “Mexican” and the use of “Mock Spanish” in Children’s Books (or Do Not Read Skipp…–Inés Casillas […]



Comment on The Magical Post-Horn: A Trip to the BBC Archive Centre in Perivale by Speaking American | Sounding Out!

Mon, 12 Mar 2018 13:01:59 +0000

[…] The Magical Post-Horn: A Trip to the BBC Archive Centre in Perivale–Leslie McMurtry […]



Comment on Making His Story Their Story: Teaching Hamilton at a Minority-serving Institution by Speaking American | Sounding Out!

Mon, 12 Mar 2018 13:01:53 +0000

[…] who can hear themselves as “American” in the present moment–one important reason why Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton resonated with contemporary audiences.  If teacher Laura Amico in the Cliffside Park school district in New Jersey has established that […]






Comment on Sounding Out! Podcast #63: The Sonic Landscapes of Unwelcome: Women of Color, Sonic Harassment, and Public Space by Podcast #132 – Sounding Out on the Cultural Politics of Sound & Listening | Radio Survivor

Wed, 07 Mar 2018 05:21:02 +0000

[…] Sounding Out Podcast #63: The Sonic Landscapes of Unwelcome: Women of Color, Sonic Harassment, and Public Space […]



Comment on Re-orienting Sound Studies’ Aural Fixation: Christine Sun Kim’s “Subjective Loudness” by Look Away and Listen: The Audiovisual Litany in Philosophy | Sounding Out!

Mon, 05 Mar 2018 14:01:01 +0000

[…] Re-orienting Sound Studies’ Aural Fixation: Christine Sun Kim’s “Subjective Loudness”-Sarah Mayberry Scott […]



Comment on Botanical Rhythms: A Field Guide to Plant Music by Pond Station Featured on Sounding Out! Blog – Zach Poff

Mon, 05 Mar 2018 14:00:59 +0000

[…] Patrão’s Botanical Rhythms: A Field Guide to Plant Music is a  herculean article on Sounding Out! that explores historical and contemporary situations […]






Comment on The Listening Body in Death by Look Away and Listen: The Audiovisual Litany in Philosophy | Sounding Out!

Mon, 05 Mar 2018 14:00:55 +0000

[…] The Listening Body in Death –Denise Gill […]



Comment on From “listening” to “filling in”: where “La Soeur Écoute” Teaches Us to Listen by Look Away and Listen: The Audiovisual Litany in Philosophy | Sounding Out!

Mon, 05 Mar 2018 14:00:52 +0000

[…] From “listening” to “filling in”: where “La Soeur Écoute” Teaches Us to Listen-Emmanuelle Sontag […]



Comment on Sound Designing Motherhood: Irene Lusztig & Maile Colbert Open The Motherhood Archives by Sounding the Archives: Sounding the past towards a future living archive – Sonic Field

Thu, 01 Mar 2018 11:15:49 +0000

[…] [6] Colbert, Maile., & Irene Lusztig, 2014. “Sound Designing Motherhood: Irene Lusztig & Maile Colbert Open the Motherhood Archives”. Sounding Out! Retrieved February 1, 2016, from https://soundstudiesblog.com/2014/03/17/sound-designing-motherhood/ […]



Comment on A Brief History of Auto-Tune by The Evolution of Pitch Correction | Daves musical adventures

Thu, 01 Mar 2018 01:13:05 +0000

[…] Soundstudiesblog: https://soundstudiesblog.com/2014/04/21/its-about-time-auto-tune/ […]



Comment on Botanical Rhythms: A Field Guide to Plant Music by Klas Häger

Wed, 28 Feb 2018 11:25:49 +0000

Extremely interesting! Thank you for this mesmerizing piece.






Comment on Learning to Listen Beyond Our Ears: Reflecting Upon World Listening Day by Botanical Rhythms: A Field Guide to Plant Music | Sounding Out!

Mon, 26 Feb 2018 15:02:27 +0000

[…] Learning to Listen Beyond Our Ears: Reflecting Upon World Listening Day–Owen Marshall […]



Comment on Sounding Out! Podcast #58: The Meaning of Silence by Botanical Rhythms: A Field Guide to Plant Music | Sounding Out!

Mon, 26 Feb 2018 15:02:24 +0000

[…] Sounding Out! Podcast #58: The Meaning of Silence – Marcella Ernest […]



Comment on Listening to the City of Light: An interview with Sound Recordist Des Coulam by Botanical Rhythms: A Field Guide to Plant Music | Sounding Out!

Mon, 26 Feb 2018 15:02:21 +0000

[…] Listening to the City of Light: An interview with Sound Recordist Des Coulam – Carlo Patrão […]



Comment on Sounding Our Utopia: An Interview With Mileece by Botanical Rhythms: A Field Guide to Plant Music | Sounding Out!

Mon, 26 Feb 2018 15:01:47 +0000

[…] linking plants, technology, music and touch can also be found in site-specific installations by Mileece and Miya […]



Comment on Teach Me How To Dougie Like A Mediocre White Man by R.D. Stomperdeaux

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 20:42:35 +0000

I have a few episodes left, but it seems clear that emanating from inside mediocre Dougie Jones is the decidedly exceptional hero of Dale Cooper. His success isn't a result of other people simply affirming his white cis maleness. The character of Cooper is a specimen of integrity, resource, and effectiveness. Moreover, he has otherworldy aid. He supernaturally affects slot machines. He exposes corruption via code. He's an interdimentional Special Agent!



Comment on Listening to Sounds in Post-Feminist Pop Music by Teach Me How To Dougie Like A Mediocre White Man | Sounding Out!

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 14:01:37 +0000

[…] Listening to Sounds in Post-Feminist Pop Music-Robin James […]



Comment on Malcolm Gladwell’s Bad Aesthetics by Teach Me How To Dougie Like A Mediocre White Man | Sounding Out!

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 14:01:34 +0000

[…] Malcolm Gladwell’s Bad Aesthetics–Justin Burton […]



Comment on DIANE… The Personal Voice Recorder in Twin Peaks by Teach Me How To Dougie Like A Mediocre White Man | Sounding Out!

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 14:01:31 +0000

[…] DIANE… The Personal Voice Recorder in Twin Peaks-Tom McEnaney […]



Comment on Tuning Into the “Happy Am I” Preacher: Researching the Radio Career of Elder Lightfoot Solomon Michaux by Dr. Anthony W. Hurst, Sr.

Sun, 18 Feb 2018 11:54:46 +0000

Beatrice, quite a number of Elder Michaux's broadcasts have been preserved, some through members of the church like myself, but mostly through the intervention and tremendous assistance of Dr. Suzanne Smith. She has done a tremendous job through her research in helping us to preserve our history.