Ritornelli of Everyday Life. Epistemic Experiments with Information Technology

Shintaro Miyazaki

Abstract


This short essay outlines some sonic approaches to grasp the dynamics of media while listening to their signals, rhythms, noises and fluctuations by mediating or non-mediating methods. It distinguishes between two modes: namely audification and sonification. Furthermore, it emphasises the importance of detailed, micro-logical, micro-temporal and technology conscious inquires about media matters. Lastly, it will briefly contemplate the surplus effects of a combination of rhythmanalysis with network analysis. 



Keywords


media archaeology; sound; auditory display; sonification; rhythm; new media



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7238/a.v0i12.1585



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