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WFAE_illustrationNow is a great time to become a member of the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE).

The WFAE is an international association of affiliated organizations and individuals, who share a common concern with the state of the world’s soundscapes. Our members represent a multi-disciplinary spectrum of individuals engaged in the study of the social, cultural and ecological aspects of the sonic environment.

The WFAE has seven international affiliate organizations with three in Europe, two in North America, and one each in Japan, and Australia. New affiliates have formed in Mexico and Greece. The WFAE’s bi-monthly newsletter features announcements of our work in the World Listening Project.

Membership includes Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology. To learn more about the benefits of membership please visit the WFAE website: http://wfae.net

I hope you will consider a membership.

All the best,
Eric Leonardson, Founder
Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology (MSAE)
Email: info@mwsae.org
Web: http://mwsae.org
Chicago IL USA

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  • Hello!
    I’m happy to find you. As I see there are even more people that pay attention to the acoustic environment, I even get more interested in the issue. As I’m an art student (I study “Interior Design” a.k.a. “Spatial Strategies” at the Muthesius Art Academy, Kiel, Germany) I’m discovering the meaning and the possibly formgiving influence that can have sound or soundscapes to art.
    At the moment I’m working on my B.A. exam which contents the design of a World-Expo-Pavillon (just fictional). I had to choose the country and the manner of representing it.. So I chose Italy and my idea is to make a (superficial, not scientific) analysis of the country’s soundscape and turn it into a “soundshape” – so the final result should be a landscape formed by the combination of geographical position of the high and low level sound of Italy, which creates space for a detailed exhibition of certain sound-details and themes inside, on top or between the forms of that landscape.
    Actually I found this page because I’m reading R.Murray Schafer’s “The Tuning of the World” and tried to find out some recent sources of him or about the topic.
    I hope to get more information on this page/in your publications and I’m glad to become a member of this forum.
    I would even like to get some sound-data which rely to my topic (italian soundscapes) or a hint where to find it.
    Of cause, if you are interested in my project, I can give you more information or let you see the results when I’m done (which should be after 15th of july).
    Best regards,
    Lea Mirbach

  • Now is a great time to join the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology The World Listening Project – just great!

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