Protocols and Vocabularies with Trond Maag

LxDII has been working steadily on strands of the project relating to listening vocabularies and protocols. During the first phase of the project, which ran as a network between 2015 and 2016, and led up to Listening Across Disciplines II, the team identified a distinct need for shared vocabularies of listening. During the initial networking … Continued

Making-of: Reflections on Broadcast Editing

Three green post-it notes reading keep the bumps and knocks, no x-fades just jump straight in, and dialogue as atmos score

Listening Across Disciplines: Auditory Practices Across Arts, Science and Technology was a series of six broadcasts aired on Resonance 104.4fm across October and November, 2020. The work presents listening as a professional practice, diagnostic strategy and investigative method in the fields of health science, auscultation, speech synthesis, anthropology, urban planning, and sound arts. Each episode … Continued

Simulation-based Learning

We recently visited Debbie Thackray, one of our project partners in Health Sciences at the University of Southampton. Debbie is a lecturer in Physiotherapy, specializing in auscultation (listening to the body via stethoscope) and simulation-based learning. During our visit we observed and spoke with her students as they undertook training with a dummy manikin patient. … Continued

Copenhagen Research Visit

Salomé Voegelin and Mark Peter Wright recently visited the Sound Studies Lab at the University of Copenhagen. The lab is directed by Holger Schulze, one of LxDII’s project partners. During the fieldwork we were welcomed by researchers Carla J Maier and Melissa Van Drie who took us on a journey through their current individual and … Continued

Auscultation

Salomé Voegelin and Mark Peter Wright recently visited Dr Debbie Thackray, one of our project partners in Health Sciences at the University of Southampton. Debbie is a lecturer in Physiotherapy and specializes in auscultation (listening to the body via stethoscope) and simulation-based learning. We discussed a range of fascinating topics that included how students are … Continued