Sound maps and representations. Contributions and evolution

We live in a world that is rich in sounds. We are constantly affected by sounds, and it is almost impossible to escape their influence; they provide us with a link to our surroundings; they can provoke deep emotion or profound irritation ambient sound contains a great degree of complexity, not only because of the wealth and variety contained in the blend of everyday sounds, but also because of the way sound interacts with space, topography, surfaces, meteorological features, materials, textures, etc. each of which acts on the sounds, contributing to giving each specific site its own identity by adding sensory, evocative and cultural qualities.

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