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An Overview of Spatialised Broadcasting Experiments with a Focus on Radio Art Practices

  • Colin Black (a1)

This article is an introduction to the specialised area of spatialised broadcasting experiments associated with radio art practices. This subject is investigated primarily from two perspectives: artistic works that explore the dissemination of radio waves (the ‘spectrumscape’) and the multichannel broadcasting/listening experience. It also discusses some of the history and ideas that form the undercurrents for radio art practice and explores radio art’s uses and concepts of spatiality.

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Sergio Freire . 2003. Early Musical Impressions from Both Sides of the Loudspeaker. Leonardo Music Journal 13: 3771.

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Organised Sound
  • ISSN: 1355-7718
  • EISSN: 1469-8153
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