Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology
We are excited about our organization's publication, Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology.
After years of working to establish a functioning international network through the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE), we are now able to devote time to offering a professional journal publication.
In the past,The Soundscape Newsletter, The New Soundscape Newsletter, and the WFAE web site, have been the primary means of keeping the acoustic ecology community connected and informed. Now it is time that we pool our energies through this new publication.
We see this journal as a place of dialogue and debate and invite your comments, questions and critical voices.
We archive previous editions of the Journal online 6-12 months after publication. We provide this as a service to members and others interested in the field of acoustic-ecology. Journals are available in a PDF format. A free copy of the current Acrobat Reader can be downloaded directly from Adobe.
We have prepared a set of Instructions for Accessing PDF Files for those who may not be familiar with this format or are having difficulty downloading documents.
||Contributor's Guide (230 KB) (Reader Assisted)
Instructions for the preparation of materials for submission to soundscape – The Journal of Acoustic Ecology by Robert MacNevin. All contributing authors are asked to follow these guidelines in the preparation of manuscripts for the Journal. Topics include organization, font, style, submission of graphs, charts, photographs, and other materials.
|Volume 1, Number 1, Spring, 2000 - Listening
- An Introduction to Acoustic Ecology
- Acoustic Atmospheres
- Learning is Living
- Associative Listening
- Learning to Listen
||Volume 1, Number 2, Winter, 2000 - Silence, Noise, and the Public Domain
- The Acoustic Environment as a Public Domain
- Silence and the Notion of the Commons
- Silence in the Contemporary Soundscape
- Living Out Loud
- Acoustic Ecologists and Environmental Psychologists
|Volume 2, Number 1, July, 2001 - Blind Listening
- Sound: An Enrichment or State
- Shapes, Surfaces and Interiors
- Acoustic Virtual Training for the Blind
|Volume 2, Number 2, December 2001 - Education: Listening & Learning
- Acoustic Communication Studies at Simon Fraser University
- Bringing Soundscapes Into the Everyday Classroom
- Teaching Acoustic Ecology
- Stockholm Soundscape Project
- “With the Calm, Comes Silence”
- The Concept of Soundscape and Music Education in Japan
- Sound Reflections
- Acoustic Ecology and Environmental Studies
||Volume 3, Number 1, July, 2002- The Tech Issue ... to be continued
- Recovering Narcissus: Sound and Touch in the Digital World .
- Musical Information Networks
- Digital Arts’ Black Sheep
- Sharing Experiences Towards the Possibility of an Electroacoustic Ecology
||Volume 3, Number 2/ Volume 4, Number 1- Ocean Acoustics - Underwater Listening
Winter 2002/Spring 2003.
- Ocean Bio-acoustics and Noise Pollution
- Antarctica: Austral Soundscapes
- Listening Underwater
- Creatures of culture?
- Soundwalking the Internet