The sounding museum cultural soundscapes as a tool in museum education
AbstractThe research project, called 'The Sounding Museum' focused on the Sound Chamber at the Nordamerika Native Museum (NONAM) in Zurich, CH. The Sound Chamber was a room designed to present the acoustic aspects of the cultures of North America's First Nations through sound scenario productions composed of the natural and artificial soundscape of the respective cultural spaces.
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