Archive for the ‘Internet resources’ Category

Journals on sound & music in film


Journals on sound and music (selection)

German journals

Sound Studies Journals

French film journals





conference and festival. Director Michael Filimowicz is also co-editor of  The Soundtrack journal

Noise abatement society Brighton


soundscape links


Domestic soundscapes

Domestic soundscapes by Felicity Ford

Sound Studies blog

The Sound Studies Blog provides an outlet for ruminations on the role of sound and listening in our contemporary culture

is run by Michael Rüsenberg, Cologne. It is a platform for artistic soundscape composition

Peter Cusack

A map of sound locations in London you can listen to.

Soundwalking Interactions

is a research-creation project led by Dr. Andra McCartney, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University, Montreal

Sound and Music

SAM promotes challenging contemporary music and sound art. The London based organisation has a section dedicated to

film sound

Positve Soundscape Project

exploring desirable aspects of the soundscape. Various UK Universities across disciplines took part between 2006-09.

Save our Sounds

A series of programmes by the BBC World Service



– SoundEffects

An Interdisciplinary Journal of Sound and Sound Experience

Started in 2011    SoundEffects

– Positive Soundscapes

Academics can sometimes be positiv

blogs on film sound


Hearing the Movies

This blog is run by the academics James Buhler, David Neumeyer, Rob Deemer.  Link

The soundworks collection

offers professionally made short films (+ – 10 min.) about sound and music of major commercial films, sound for games and composer portraits

link or search “soundworkscollection” on vimeo

Unidentified Sound Object

is a library about theory and application of new technologies (with a look at the past) in the areas of sound-on-film, electronic music, sound design, immersive environments, sound synthesis, signal processing. Born from the fusion of works by two experimental electronic musicians (Matteo Milani and Federico Placidi), U.S.O. Project’s sound spans from highly abstract digital music, to electroacoustic.   link

Project Muse

Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social science content for the scholarly community since 1995.