L’écoute anticipatrice. L’expérience comme accès aux atmosphères de demain

Résumé : From experience to sound experiments, from personified story to active demonstrations, our prospective approach about creative atmospheres tends to leave the simple approach by phenomena of a sound which brings back to the immediacy, for a wider listening situation by relative position. This concept is based upon notions of distance, spacing, decay time, audio dynamic range, ear and vision synchronisation. For us, the space experiment is a universal method of polysensory attention to think the coming architecture in terms of listening variations. The example of the tomorrow Epidaurus sketched in conclusion allows to program and design a more participatory and flexible architecture.
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Cécile Regnault, Christian Hugonnet. L’écoute anticipatrice. L’expérience comme accès aux atmosphères de demain. Ambiances, tomorrow. Proceedings of 3rd International Congress on Ambiances. Septembre 2016, Volos, Greece, Sep 2016, Volos, Grèce. p. 521 - 527. ⟨hal-01409718⟩



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